Thursday, January 18, 2018
Helping the World with LEGOS, Values and Projects
These students also had to design, plan and program LEGO robotics to interact with mechanical builds. They had to learn core values. And here is the best part about it all. They actually didn't HAVE to do it. They do it because they want to. They chose to be the ones that were a part of a team, solving problems, learning gracious professionalism that the non-profit group FIRST teaches them.
Q1: What inspires you to help our youth create change in the world?
Q2: How have you sustained inquiry in children/young adults?
Q3: How much does it scare you to guide, but not make the final decisions when thinking about how youth experience/design final products?
Q4: Would you lead a team of FIRST LEGO League, or something like it? What would it be for you?