Training the Trainers: Developing Robotics Faculty across Africa Public
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Physically Active Youth (P.A.Y.), an afterschool program in Katutura, Namibia, provides extracurricular activities to children in underprivileged communities. Our goal was to provide educators at P.A.Y. with professional development resources to facilitate the implementation of a robotics curriculum. We created professional development, student interaction, and technical training resources. Through surveys and interviews, we found preferred teaching methods that increase student engagement in STEM topics providing new tools to teach and build STEM curricula for underprivileged Namibian youth.
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