Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Robotics lessons inspire problem-solving for students with disabilities

Students with developmental disabilities at a Teaneck, N.J., school are learning robotics skills such as programming, mechanical design and the use of sensors as part of lessons provided by local inventor and author Steven Paley. Besides learning robotics and problem-solving, Paley says the lessons help build students' confidence. "Kids overcome their disabilities because the goal is so compelling to them," he said., N.J.

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