Elizabeth Houck and Tarabeth Brumfield traveled to Clarksburg, WV on August 11, 2017 to collaborate with 1st through 5th grade teachers from Harrison County. Working with over 120 educators from various schools, they provided an overview of the hummingbird robotics kit and circuitry kit (Arts and Bots and Children's Innovation Project). The teachers engaged in hands on experiences and discussed how the technology could be integrated in to daily classroom activities. Additional training is in the works! The Harless CREATE Satellite at Marshall University is excited about this new partnership!
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