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MESA Robotics Rules - Repost

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Robotic Sumo

Robotic Tug O’War

Since the year 2000, I have been working with students on the Central Coast of California, teaching them to build and program robots, mostly using LEGO Mindstorms. 227 more words

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RoboChallenge and the Robotics Science Class

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Robotics is a great way to combine many aspects of STEM education under one unifying theme. I’ve been working with students of all ages using LEGO Mindstorms robotics materials since shortly after they came out, in 1999. 667 more words

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My STEMposium Entry- The Robotics Science Class

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I just found out about the STEMposium, a little late. Their website has information about what is sure to be an exciting event for STEM education in California. 23 more words

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Media from the Einstein Summit

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I was fortunate enough to have participated in the Einstein Fellowship 20th Anniversary Summit, where I met with friends new and old for the purpose of improving STEM education nationwide. 82 more words

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The MESA Video

I’ve been a MESA advisor at El Camino Junior High as long as I’ve been a teacher; 13 years. Around the year 2000, I put together a video of how cool MESA is, and used it to get kids excited about careers in engineering and other technical fields. 88 more words

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Local News Articles Showing the Good in Education

Many teachers are humble about their successes. Every day, they go about their business teaching their students, planning lessons, grading papers, working on committees, and otherwise maintaining the field of education. 294 more words

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MESA: Rules for Robotics Competitions

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Since the year 2000, I have been working with students on the Central Coast of California, teaching them to build and program robots, mostly using LEGO Mindstorms. 226 more words