Children’s technoparks of Moscow resume informative family master classes. Children and teenagers aged from seven to 17 years, as well as their parents, brothers and sisters, and even grandparents can participate in them. Free classes will be held from September 4 to December 12. Pre-registration is required.

Classes will be devoted to programming, virtual and augmented reality technologies, engineering, design, natural science research, bioinformatics, modeling of rockets and robots, cybernetics, artificial intelligence, neurocognitive technologies and much more.

As she noted, master classes will be held in nine children’s technoparks: “Naukograd” of the MFUA, “Engineering” of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, “Take-off Trajectory” of MAI, “Kulibin Pro”, “Vertical Take-off”, “On Sorge”, children’s technopark of equal opportunities of the RSSU, scientific and educational technopark of the Kurchatov Institute, as well as “Baitik” in Troitsk (TiNAO). Each lesson will last from one to one and a half hours.

All classes will be held in compliance with the current sanitary measures. Visitors are required to wear masks and maintain a social distance.

The children’s technopark “Kulibin Pro” will teach you how to develop mobile applications and design elements of augmented reality. Technopark “Trajectory of take-off” will hold a master class for aviation enthusiasts. Participants will master the basic techniques of piloting an airplane using a simulator.

The device of a space rocket will no longer seem so complicated if you attend the lessons of the “Engineering” of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Everyone who is not indifferent to space will be explained how to build ships for flying into orbit, and will be offered to construct a 3D model of a rocket. In addition, the “Engineering” will show how to create the simplest computer games in the visual programming language Scratch, designed specifically for teenagers.

To make original key rings with the help of modern technologies will be offered in the children’s technopark of equal opportunities of the RSSU. To begin with, the participants will develop the design of the accessory in a special computer program, and then make a souvenir using a laser machine. Here they will also help you master the 3D scanning technology. Thanks to it, for example, you can create a portrait of a family in a three-dimensional format.

The technopark “Vertical Take-off”will tell you how to write a script for a video and edit video material. And you can start getting acquainted with programming at the Baytik Technopark in Troitsk. The participants of the master class will work with the children’s programming language Scratch Junior — a simplified visual environment in which scripts are assembled from multi-colored blocks (similar to the Lego constructor). In addition, “Baitik” will host classes on the development of its ownг� the game world and its heroes. In the technopark “On Sorge”, family meetings will be devoted to the history of art and the technique of collage.

The” Science City ” of the MFUA invites you to develop creative thinking. They organize brainstorming sessions for family teams. During the classes, you will have to come up with and design models of a bus for time travel, air scooters and other fantastic transport. In “Naukograd” it will be possible to create your own animated fairy tale or master the technique of high-speed drawing (sketching).

A detailed schedule is available on the website of children’s technoparks in Moscow. Registration is also open here. If desired, you can narrow down the search results by specifying a specific technopark or a convenient date. It is also possible to filter the lessons depending on the age of the participants, for example, only for children under seven years old or for teenagers from 13 to 17 years old.

Children’s technoparks were created in Moscow for career guidance of children and adolescents aged from seven to 17 years. They offer a variety of training programs to choose from. Among the presented areas are information technologies, robotics, microelectronics, 3D modeling, new materials, auto and aircraft engineering, natural sciences and much more. Classes are held within the framework of intensive courses and project work, as well as in the format of lectures, master classes, educational games and quests.

In order to simplify the choice of training programs, an online resource was created in November that unites all children’s technoparks of the capital.