What do you get when you combine science, students and robots? S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)!
Students at Adamsville Primary and Miles Intermediate recently participated in a robot exhibit sponsored by students from Mays High School. The Mays High School robotics team developed and ran the exhibit on site for the younger students.
A wonderful example of APS cluster collaboration, elementary students, who will one day attend Mays High School, were able to interact with and learn from their cluster peers. The Mays High School students provided the younger audience with a glimpse of some of the fun and educational initiatives they will have the opportunity to explore in high school.
During the exhibit students learned about different types of robots, and even had a chance to interact with and control a few of the contraptions.
At the end of the presentations, each student made his or her own robotic creations out of glue and paper. The students used their creativity, imagination and artistic skills to build their idea of the perfect robot.