This article discusses a direct connection between robotics and STEM education. FTL, Inc. incorporated robotics engineering into its program expectation this year. The students really seemed to grasp the concepts taught, and even gained greater interest in this particular field.
Students in the Menifee, CA community were once again engaged in scientific exploration as it pertains to electronic gaming. You can find out more about the future of gaming in this article: http://www.shopathome.com/online-shopping-report/index.php/consumer-electronics-show-2014-future-gaming
Students applied concepts of computer programming to engineer computer games.
During the early part of July, students in Riverside County engaged in activities that allowed them to plan, design and operate their own robot. The students all lived in the Hemet community. The first program ran from July 7-11 with students making their final presentations on Friday. We would like to congratulate all of our participants on a job well done!
This article details many ways parents can assist their children with CCSS.
As school districts forge ahead with implementation of CCSS, it is important that everyone is aware of its components and desired outcomes. This article, published by NEA Magazine, is full of resources to help make sense of it all.
In 2009, Follow the Leader Foundation’s CEO, Mr. Francois Portee, traveled to Ghana to solidify global relations and inspire the youth of the community. “Interacting and sharing knowledge with these young people is priceless. They always seem to want to know more!” explained Francois upon his return.
Mr. Portee spent time at the Royale Prep Academy which is owned and operated by Mr. Quaye. He had the opportunity to share his knowledge of ecology and ecosystems with the school children.