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BrainTech Robotics

115 Denton Ave
Toronto, Ontario, M1L 1G5
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BrainTech Robotics  

115 Denton Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M1L 1G5

  • Type:
    Day camp, After-school / weekend classes, Family programs , Virtual Camp/Program
  • Focus:
  • Cost:
    $400 to $600/week
  • Ages:
    7 to 17
  • Gender:
    Coed, All Girls
  • Main language:
  • Capacity:
  • Programs:
    0 available; 2 TBD
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  • Summary

    BrainTech Robotics answered our questions

    Who are you as an organization?

    BrainTech Robotics is an SEL experiential STEM learning centre offering camp, March break, pd day, after school, weekend & year-round programs for youth 7-17. Children experience STEM-based activities to develop skills in robotics, virtual/augmented reality, programming & interactive learning as it relates to science, technology, design, problem-solving, organizing & testing.

    • Special needs: Not available
    • LGBTQ+ friendly community

    What do you do differently or uniquely well?

    "At Braintech Robotics STEM Learning Centre, we stand out by igniting a passion for technology and learning in young minds. Known for innovative teaching, our programs combine cutting-edge tech with creative thinking. Our philosophy values curiosity, collaboration, and hands-on exploration. We take pride in fostering confidence and critical skills in students, preparing them for a tech-driven world. Parents and kids choose us for our holistic approach that combines STEM expertise, real-world impact, and a supportive community. Join us for a unique journey where kids thrive, explore, and build their future."

    Who are your staff and counsellors?

    "BTR thrives on hiring dynamic, passionate individuals who breathe life into STEM education. Our team includes educators, engineers, tech experts, and mentors who share a zeal for inspiring young minds. We provide rigorous training, ensuring our staff is well-versed in pedagogy, safety, and leadership. Parents and students cherish our staff for their contagious enthusiasm, hands-on mentorship, and approachability. At BTR personal attention is paramount. We value diversity, maintaining a balanced gender ratio to enrich the learning experience. Our strong staff retention reflects a positive, nurturing environment, fostering deep connections and consistent growth."

    What do families need to know about registration?

    "Joining BTR's 2023-24 Impossible Mission Program is seamless. Registration opens a few months ahead, granting ample time for planning. Our process is user-friendly, accommodating schools, community centers, and parents. Clear information, including program details, FAQs, and contact info, is accessible on our website. We're committed to prompt responses, ensuring queries are addressed promptly. No specific qualifications are needed, making enrollment hassle-free. We strive for transparency and accessibility to make your journey with us effortless and exciting."

  • Insider Reviews & Perspectives

    The Our Kids review of BrainTech Robotics

    our take

    While the STEM concept may seem relatively new, the antecedents aren’t. A telling example is the work of Miss Sophie Wolfe, a teacher at Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, New York, in the early part of the last century. Beginning in the 1920s, she invited interested students to stay after school to work on high-interest projects, creating a loosely-formed science club that would, in time, influence three Nobel laureates: Paul Berg, Arthur Kornberg, and Jerome Karl. Wolfe sought to stimulate curiosity, enjoyment, collaboration, and the application of the tools of study to real-world problems. Berg said of the experience with Wolfe that “looking back, I realise that nurturing curiosity and the instinct to seek solutions are perhaps the most important contributions that education can make.”

    Indeed, that’s exactly what BrainTech is about. While we can easily get caught up in the stuff—the tech resources on hand—it is ultimately just the tools used to get at something greater: nurturing curiosity and the instinct to seek solutions. It’s about education, but it’s also about more than that, including the values of ethical and empathic leadership and cooperation. The programs are hands-on, promoting of an array of behaviours and skills—including effective, spirited communication and collaboration—that build facility with core literacies and their application. There’s real science, but there’s real fun, too, conducted within a setting of true peers, namely kids who share the same passions and speak, as it were, the same language. Summer sessions can be nicely augmented by those offered throughout the year, including afterschool and during key holidays. Extended hours are offered, which is a nice nod to what parents need, namely a bit of flexibility from time to time.

  • Location & Gallery

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    115 Denton Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


    Is BrainTech Robotics technology free? We are happy to accept international camper / students on a case by case basis. Technology is allowed for instructional purposes as well as while on lunch breaks.

    Rentals & Services

    Offers children's birthday party packages:
    Plan your child's next Birthday Party at BrainTech Robotics. Your child and their friends will enjoy an interactive and fun experience as they experience and explore the world of science. Rates start at $300.00 for a party of 10 children, plus $20.00 for each additional child - maximum 20 children. Food and Loot bags can be arranged for an additional fee.

    Offers outdoor education program for schools or corporate groups: Yes
    BrainTech Robotics offers both 1-2 day STEM workshops and seminars in Toronto. We bring workshops and seminars right to your schools, camps, community centres and local businesses.

  • What's New

    Director's Message

    Patrick J. Monize, CEO & Founder

    (BTR) Braintech Robotics STEM Learning Centre, a Not-For-Profit organization whose mandate is to ensure that youth ages 10-17 across the GTA are provided with a facility to engage in well-crafted instructional technology programs involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM). The program enables youth to strengthen and develop their digital literacy, technical building skills, collaborative, cognitive, and solution building skills. In addition, we mentor and train youth in discovering their self-worth and sense of self-empowerment. BTR wants to seek out and create the next generation of innovative leaders in computer gaming, artificial intelligence, robotics, and VR/AR application development. 

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