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Welcome to the Swink School Robotics - class page. They use a variety of skill pulled from S.T.E.A.
M.  What does that stand for? Science Technology Engineering Art and Mathematics. If you have questions please feel free to contact us. 
Thank you!    

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STEaM Club Snorkle Trip pictures are up
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Projected Percentage Increases In STEM Jobs from 2010 to 2020: 14% for all occupations, 16% for Mathematics, 22% for Computer Systems Analysts, 32% for Systems Software Developers, 36% for Medical Scientists, 62% for Biomedical Engineers

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Check out this great video!

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Spring Robotics Class March 28, 2018

Spring Robotics Class 20180328.mp4


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PipeCam Showing Raspberry Pi Camera

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BEST Robotics Competition 2018 Teaser 

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Thanks! You are a great class!

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Great Example of a great Workbook Journal entry!!!


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NASA EDGE: RaD-X Launch


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