“When you’re in robotics, you have to think of a way to solve problems or find a better way to create what you are creating. Oh, this didn’t work, how can I find another way to fix that, a better way?”
— Dayeissi, 10th grade, Abraham Lincoln High School
We could all use more creative problem-solving in our lives, amiright? In robotics, there’s no right/wrong paradigm — students learn to test and revise their ideas to come up with better solutions.
Donate today to our #RoboEquity campaign to make sure that Philly public schools are able to sustain high-quality robotics programs. Our campaign runs March 7-30, 2022. All proceeds support the Philadelphia Robotics Coalition’s afterschool and summer robotics programs. https://bit.ly/roboequity2022