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Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
Teach Me Robotics
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Teach Me Robotics
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Teach Me Robotics

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PowerPoint for class project detailing a mock grant proposal for a robotics summer camp for at-risk youth.

PowerPoint for class project detailing a mock grant proposal for a robotics summer camp for at-risk youth.

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  • 1. Teach Me RoboticsSummer Camp Program
  • 2.  Rigorous STEM education using state-of-the art robotics kits - Robotics encompasses multiple disciplines, including mechanical engineering, software programming, and electronics. Life skills which are integrated throughout all phases of the program – Teaching life skills are integrated throughout the academic portion of the program. Meaningful Mentoring – One-on-one guidance and support in a safe setting facilitate by accountable leadership. Teach Me Robotics2012
  • 3.  Boys and girls 9-11 years old;  89% come from single parent families or live with a caregiver other than a parent;  Most participants qualify for the government free lunch program and are considered low-income. Teach Me Robotics2012
  • 4. advanced 32-bit programmable microcontrollers; drag and drop programming software and interactive challenges; smart sensors, active Numerous configurations possible Reusable parts SMART Technology 32-Bit programming Programmable microprocessors Drag and drop icons Teach Me Robotics 2012
  • 5.  Increased math comprehension and technology skills  Improved social responsibility and life skills  89% attendance achieved  Provided safe environment for competition  Established mentor relationships2012 Teach Me Robotics
  • 6.  Sunburst Elementary School  Washington School District  Best Buy, Inc.  Arizona State University  Empowering Our Future Life Skills Curriculum  Rubio’s Mexican Restaurants  Fry’s Marketplace2012 Teach Me Robotics
  • 7. STEM LIFE SKILLS CURRICULUM CURRICULUM  Interdisciplinary  Personal responsibility  Innovation opportunities  Goal setting  Creative design  Dynamic leadership  Critical thinking  Competitive team work  Hands-on learning  Relationship building  Real world application2012 Teach Me Robotics
  • 8. Teach M eRobotics2012
  • 9. Creating memorable memories & Acquiring valuable skills2012
  • 10. Grant Proposal Resource Budget Materials 10,000.00 Salaries 11,200.00 Competition 3,000.00 Total Request 24,400.00 Teach Me Robotics2012
  • 11.  Michael Crow, President Arizona State University Elizabeth Langland, Dean of New College Vice-Provost Arizona State University Kathleen Grimes, Instructional Designer New College Teach Me Robotics2012
  • 12. NASA Grant WritingGuidebookFIRST LEGO LeagueOrganizationLEGO MindstormsHow to Teach Kidsabout the LEGOMindstorm, eHow.com 2012

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