Throughout the fall of the 2016-2017 school year, foundry10 ran robotics programs in two schools around Seattle: The Nova Project and Seattle Girl’s School. We were interested in how exposure to our student-led robotics program improved student confidence with technology, productive risk-taking, and the perception of robotics as a community exercise. We used a combination of likert-type scale survey questions and open-ended questions. We found some gains in these areas, but hope to expand our sample size to improve our understanding of the impact that this experience has on students.
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