Coolest part of robotics teams: not the learning, but the teaching

One of the greatest opportunities that you’ll have by joining (or starting) a robotics competition team is that for every event, there is a big project your team will do in conjunction with actually getting ready for the competition itself.

In that project, you do a lot of different things. There’s the documentation for the robot itself and a couple other things, but one of the coolest parts is that a lot of the teams do some sort of outreach themselves. Outreach, as in spreading the love that is robotics.

A team in Reedville is doing just that. Their team name is AFOOFA: “All for one, One for all.” And the one-for-all part of their team goes to Reedville Elementary every week and spends an hour teaching elementary schoolers how to build and program robots.

You can read more in the link below!

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