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Robotics Programming and Math: Introductory Guide for Teachers and Students Paperback – June 15, 2016
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About the Author
Robin Sitzler-Frazier M. Ed. (Regent University, Wisconsin Stout Certificate in Instructional Design & Technology) has been a science and math teacher, and currently teaches Science Technology Engineering Art and Math- STEAM enrichment classes, camps and STEAM workshops. She owns STEAM enrichment Business- Konneckt It with Science and Technology. Her first book, Animate-Build-Code with LEGO® and Scratch was designed to teach robotics, programming, and digital design to elementary students. Her main passion is to get girls interested in technology and robotics at an early age so that they are more comfortable as they progress through school. Many kids attend her classes who might not usually attend a class because she makes sure that everyone leaves the class learning something while building confidence and having fun. You can contact her at www.facebook.com/KonnecktIT Robin.KonnecktIT@gmail.com
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