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  • 'You just gotta do it till it works': What high schoolers learn from building robots

    Softec’s 9th Annual Student Robotics EXPO was held at the Madonna Inn Expo Center on Monday, September 25, 2017. Jaime Reyna, a student at Nipomo High School, and Greg Gracia, a teacher and 11-year robotics veteran, explain what they get out of the program.

'You just gotta do it till it works': What high schoolers learn from building robots

Softec’s 9th Annual Student Robotics EXPO was held at the Madonna Inn Expo Center on Monday, September 25, 2017. Jaime Reyna, a student at Nipomo High School, and Greg Gracia, a teacher and 11-year robotics veteran, explain what they get out of the program.
David Middlecamp The Tribune