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Robotics quest part 2: the wisdom of the audience

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re: Robotics quest part 2: the wisdom of the audience
Kemprof   8/27/2009 5:03:28 PM
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The large established robotics programs, such as First and Vex, require a level of commitment of time and money that deters most high school teachers from participating. I?m in a high school robotics league that is high level in teaching engineering design, creativity and programming, but very low in cost and time requirements. This is best described by viewing our competition videos and website. 2009 competition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOyhZKdcLvs 2008 competition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgCsvpLYHCQ www.sahsrobotics.org

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