SCA middle school students learn to build robots, find clues in computers during week-long technology camp


A group of Southern Columbia Area middle school students investigated a series of computers Wednesday morning to determine which of the fake StemTech Corp. employees embezzled $500 from the company, reports newsitem.com. Across the hall, students were busy programing a wheeled robot to turn around when it detects an object in its path.

“We give these kids the knowledge. What they do with it is up to them. Some think engineering and mathematics are just not fun. We’re showing them different,” said Chris Gangler, high school business and computer teacher.

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