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My Philosophy On Teaching Robotics

March 22, 2016 Updated March 19, 2016

This semester, as a reflective practice and an opportunity to continue my hobby (filmmaking), I decided to create a weekly video log (or vlog) of what has been happening in my middle school robotics class.  The following was episode 4 of the series aptly entitled 'Middle School Robotics.'  

This video was a bit different than the others as I sort of gave an overview of the course, my philosophy behind it, and the practices that I've seen bear the most fruit in the class.

Most of my project resources were taken from this website:

Filmed at The Khabele School in Austin, TX.

Music by Ratatat -

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