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AMERIDUO teaches hand-on robotics and programming to young students.

Our courses teach students the steps for building robots capable of autonomous movement. We do not simply "show" students how to construct robots, but rather inspire and train them to design, create, and modify their very own innovations. We take an interdisciplinary approach to teaching by merging art and technology concepts in our courses. Students come out learning concrete skills as well as enhancing their creativity.

Our classes are currently offered in Houston, Texas. We plan to expand globally in future years. The following are our available Spring 2019 classes.

Why Us

Industry Proven Skills

Computer programming is quickly becoming one of the most sought after skills due to its applicability in almost any discipline. Learn languages such as C and Python that are actually being used in industry. Apply this knowledge in emerging fields such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Approaches Of Elite Institutions

Ameriduo is based off of curriculums actually being used in universities. The knowledge gained in our classes can be directly applied to many courses at elite institutions. The depth and breadth of skills taught from our courses allow students to get ahead in both their studies and in their careers.

Our Uniqueness

We have highly qualified teachers who have masters and Ph.D degrees. In addition, our course materials are written and designed by those who have industry experience in their respective fields. Finally, the roadmap for students are dynamically tailored towards their specific needs and feedback

Mission

AmeriDuo's mission is to inspire the next generation of great minds to become science and technology leaders and innovators, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, technology, and engineering skills; inspire innovation; and foster well-rounded capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.

The following are the courses we offered in Fall, 2019.

1100
Electronics for Kids

$498 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 3 or above
    No programming experience required
  • Programming Language:
    None
  • Katy
    Wed. 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    4747 Fm1463, Suite 900, Katy, TX 77494
    Start date: August 28
    Bellaire
    Sat. 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    8440 Westpark Dr, Houston, TX 77063
    Start date: August 31

1200
Python for Kids

$498 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 3 or above
    No programming experience required
  • Programming Language:
    Python
  • Katy
    Sun. 11:00AM - 1:00PM
    4747 Fm1463, Suite 900, Katy, TX 77494
    Start date: September 1
    Bellaire
    Sat. 3:30PM - 5:30PM
    8440 Westpark Dr, Houston, TX 77063
    Start date: August 31

1300
Arduino Basic Sensors

$498 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 4 or above
    1100 Electronics for Kids
  • Programming Language:
    C Language
  • Bellaire
    Sat. 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    8440 Westpark Dr, Houston, TX 77063
    Start date: August 31

1400
Arduino Advanced Sensors

$498 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 5 or above
    1400 Arduino Advanced Sensors
  • Programming Language:
    C Language
  • Sugar Land
    Sun. 3:00PM - 5:00PM
    4835 Hwy 6, Missouri City, TX 77459
    Start date: September 8



2100
Arduino for Beginners

$518 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 6 or above
    No programming experience required
  • Programming Language:
    None
  • Sugar Land
    Sun. 12:30PM - 2:30PM
    4835 Hwy 6, Missouri City, TX 77459
    Start date: September 8

2400
Python for Beginners

$518 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 6 or above
    No programming experience required
  • Programming Language:
    Python
  • Memorial
    Sat. 8:30AM - 10:30AM
    HCC, 2811 Hayes Road, Houston, TX 77082
    Start date: August 31



2600
Raspberry Pi Robot Car

$518 / 10 Weeks
  • Course Description
  • Syllabus
  • Prerequisites:
    Grade 6 or above
    2400 Python for Beginners
  • Programming Language:
    C Language
  • Memorial
    Sat. 10:30AM - 12:30PM
    HCC, 2811 Hayes Road, Houston, TX 77082
    Start date: August 31



Arduino Robotics Course

Arduino The Arduino is a versatile tool for students in all disciplines. These courses aim to demystify the Arduino microcontroller through hands-on projects.

The Arduino for Beginners class will teach the essential skills for creating a simple sensor-driven physical computing system. In the Arduino Robotics class, students will reinforce those skills by building a robot. The programming language used in both courses is C language.

The Arduino for Beginners course has no technical prerequisites, although it uses a little bit of algebra-level math. This course is inspired by courses taught at Carnegie Mellon University.

* The above video is copied from YouTube to demostrate how Arduino can be used to build robots.

Raspberry Pi Robotics Course

Raspberry Pi The Raspberry Pi is a versatile tool for students in all disciplines. These courses aim to help students master the Raspberry Pi microcontroller through hands-on robotics projects.

The programming language used in the class is Python. The course will cover all of the following: the Python programming language, data representation, computer arithmetic, data flow, memory organization and management, program execution, debugging, and performance. The course also introduces machine learning and Google cloud platform with Python.

The Raspberry Pi Sensors class will teach students the essential skills for Python programming, and the Raspberry Pi Robotics class will reinforce those skills by having students build a robot. The Raspberry Pi Robotics course requires the students to have completed the Raspberry Pi Sensors class (or an equivalent course) and spend 2~3 hours per week on homework.

This course is inspired by the course CS107E Computer Systems from the Ground Up taught at Stanford University and the course 10701 Introduction to Machine Learning taught at Carnegie-Melon University.

* The above video is copied from YouTube to demostrate how Raspberry Pi can be used to build robots.

Our Institute

Our after-school programs, and special events empower students to become engineers, programmers, inventors and entrepreneurs.
All you have to do is sign them up!

We are located in Houston and provide robotics courses to the students in public and private schools from 3rd to 12th grades.

  • Robotics can be a launching pad for students to realize their passions.
  • A strong robotics curriculum can create leaders.
  • Robotics can teach students how to communicate across different technology platforms.
  • Robotics teaches essential teamwork skills.
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Testimonials

"My son was recognized for his creativity and met new friends!"

"Great exposure to robotics and the introduction of engineering concepts!"

"Learning how to build and control was the most fun!"

"After my son attended your program, he had definitely perked up his interest in Robotics!"

"This is our son’s first experience with this type of program and he thoroughly enjoyed learning new things."

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