LH ONLINE COURSE PROGRAM
Technology, Engineering and Math, combined with Art and Creativity
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ADVANCED LEVEL in Minecraft
103 -104 LEVEL start from March 24th, 2021
Online Classes. At the Click Of A Finger
School closures have created the need for structured online education courses. Our online courses have 26 years of experience, offering courses in engineering, math, technology. We offer 30+ interactive Live courses with only 6-12 students per class, significantly smaller than most traditional class sizes. Our classes offer more personalized attention to help your child succeed.
Interactive Online Programs
Young Builder Program
5 classes for the price of only 4! Choose up to 5 different classes, 8 weeks each. Get access to exclusive classes and more!
Elite Builder Program
Designed for students who are smart, skillful in programming, and would like to learn more with a team. Students are going to work with another 3-4 team members together to explore skills!
Single Builder Program
A single 8 week long course of your choice, optional extension into Builders Program.
30 + Online Education Programs
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Parents and students are giving us good reviews in class
Fernando Reimers, Associate Professor and Director of HGSE's International Education Policy program, describing the Build-It-Yourself program to colleagues at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
'Build-It-Yourself is a fascinating program that engages students in creative projects to design and build robots. Both of my children --ages 7 and 9-- have participated in Build-It-Yourself workshops and learned greatly from it. It's very interesting pedagogy."
David Heckerman, Senior Scientist at Microsoft and parent of a Build-It-Yourself student
"I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you and Liu Huan for everything you and Build-It-Yourself have done to inspire my ten-year-old son Jonathan... Jonathan built and documented his first full project: the door greeter called the Hellomotron 6000. That few-week project inspired him in so many ways. He’s now a wizard at Powerpoint and Word, using them daily for school projects. He now uses Excel to maintain lists of all sorts (including his Christmas wish list ). He has also taken a keen interest in robotics and programming in general.
Katie Blackwood, published Author and editor at Cornell University
"Educated makers teach the next generation"