2017 Fall Classes

Where kids discover their inner....

Inventor. Build robots, wire circuits & pilot drones. Designer. Create new Minecraft mods, develop video games and animate digital worlds.
Write computer code in Python and C++ just like a pro.
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About Our STEM Programs

Award-Winning Camps

Tech EdVentures kids get hands-on as they wire circuits, build robots, write computer code and paint their inspiration on a digital canvas. Serious learning meets serious fun.


Tech EdVentures classes teach kids the skills they will need for the future, including problem-solving, collaboration, communication, and automating the work of machines.

Explore Our Program

Our classes are fun and engaging because we let kids tackle real world challenges in a hands-on environment, discovering computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design.

Join us for the Solar Eclipse

On August 21, 70% of the sun over Dallas will vanish!

Bring your kids and join Tech EdVentures for this rare event. The next one won't happen until 2024! It's free, there will be fun activities for the kids, and we'll have a have a limited supply of 100% safe eclipse glasses for purchase. Click here for more information.


Tech Talk

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Gaga Over Drones (And Vice Versa)

How Intel flew 300 drones above Houston for Lady Gaga's Super Bowl sensation. And what it should teach us about STEM education for your kids.

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coding allows special needs kids to thrive

STEM for Special Needs?

My after-school Python programming class for 3-5th graders had just about wrapped up when Jarred’s mom came for him. Like any good teacher, I took a moment to give her an update.

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Who Will Teach Kids to Code?

Mayor Bill De Blasio's announcement that New York City schools will offer computer science classes to all students within ten years makes NYC the third city in the US to set the bar this high. All of this should be good news. But it's not, at least not yet.

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