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Best Practices: Generation Y and Robots

Posted by Bert Maes on July 31, 2009

I’ve been talking about Creating a “Buzz” to attract young people to technical education.

I mentioned a ROBOT CAMP for kids in Belgium. Each kid was challenged to make his own robot using advanced technology in CNC machines, 3D computer drawing, electronics, soldering, sensors, etc.

Let’s take it a step further now: I’ve met great people of the National Robotics League (NRL) in the United States.

They pretty much understand young

Kids have a desire to be creative. They are very very ambitious. As a parent and/or teacher you always try to do the very best for your kids and provide opportunities that will help them towards well-being and success in life.

>> Nurturing their creative capabilities helps your kids along this road!

>> Give kids the challenges they long for. Offer them new experiences!

>> Why not giving them the chance to study for high-tech, exciting, rewarding careers in TECHNOLOGY CREATIONlearning how to make very COOL robots?

>> Let your kids watch this video:


One Response to “Best Practices: Generation Y and Robots”

  1. Eusen said

    Hi, very cool website. Thanks for your information. I bookmarked it. I love cool robots, I think many people also love them. I post my cool robots collections and many amazing robotics projects on my blog. Would you like to exchange link with my blog? Welcome to check my blog:

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