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RobotLAB Receives EDTech Chronicle 2023 ‘BESTIE’ Award for Landmark Partnership with American Samoa Dept. of Education.

The Global Robotics Integrator Earned ‘Best Partnership' for Expanding EdTech Access Across American Samoa

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American Samoa Department of Education Head of Technology Integration Office Dr. Solomona Tuisamatatele (left) and RobotLAB Director of Customer Success Paul Knaack (right)

DALLAS (April 2, 2024) – RobotLAB, an award-winning robotics integrator that delivers impactful technological innovations and solutions for educators and business owners across the globe, has earned ‘Best Partnership’ in EdTech Chronicle’s 2023 Best in Education Awards for its transformative partnership with the American Samoa Department of Education. The inaugural “Bestie” Awards recognize people and partnerships that improve education technology access and learning across the globe. Inked in late 2023, RobotLAB’s partnership with the American Samoa Department of Education provided education technology solutions for all K-12 public schools in the island nation, including special education bundles for schools that offer autism therapy. The programs expose students to age-appropriate technology and encourage a mastery of computer science, artificial intelligence, automation, STEM and robotics.

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Robotics in STEM Education: Building the Innovators of Tomorrow

By Katie Brenneman 

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The power of a STEM-based education will never be understated. As a society, we have a growing dependence upon advanced technologies, even in industries that don’t initially appear directly related to STEM, which makes this type of education absolutely critical. The skills learned through science, technology, engineering, and math will continue to be essential to our society far into the future.

In the coming years, chances are that STEM advances will continue to have a bigger and bigger impact on our lives. One of the ways it will happen is through the incorporation of more robotics. Thousands of jobs will be lost to robotics and automation while thousands more will be created, largely in fields associated with managing and maintaining robotic systems. To prepare for this, our students will need to become familiar with robotics and become the innovators of tomorrow.

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A quick guide to deep learning - what is it and how can it be useful?

By  Jimmy Cantrell

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The human brain contains millions of neurons that allow us to process vast amounts of information from multiple sources. Our senses feedback data from our experiences to our brains, which organizes the data into patterns to allow us to understand the world around us.

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that uses algorithms built on neural networks modeled after the human brain. With multiple layers working together inside the computer, artificial neurons or ‘nodes’ use mathematical calculations to process data to solve complex problems, much like how our own brains do.

In this short guide, we explore how deep learning works in more detail and how it can be useful in our day-to-day lives.

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Empowering the Next Generation: STEM Scholarships for Robotics Students

By Devin Partida

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Scholarships advance STEM education, particularly in the field of robotics. These financial aids open doors for aspiring innovators, enabling them to pursue their dreams without the burden of financial constraints.

Educators stand at the forefront of this endeavor as invaluable mentors and guides. Their insight and encouragement help students navigate scholarship applications and impact their success. Their role extends beyond teaching — they inspire the next generation of robotics professionals, shaping the future of technology and innovation.

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Keynote Summary: The Future of AI in Education by Dan Fitzpatrick

Dan Fitzpatrick delivered a keynote address on the future of AI in education, discussing its potential impact and challenges. Here's a summary of his insightful points:

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Meet Pepper the Robot: ‘We recognize that we need to be able to bridge that communication gap’

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The newest member of Stillwater Center’s team can speak multiple languages, double-check dosage information for patients and lead story time for children at the facility.

This new addition to Stillwater also stands at four feet tall and is made of metal and plastic.

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Financial Literacy for STEM Students: Why It Matters

By Devin Partida

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Financial literacy is vital for STEM students, as it teaches them to handle money well for challenges like project funding in their careers. Such a skill empowers these learners to make wise decisions for long-term goals like buying a home or planning for retirement. Here’s why knowing how to manage money is so important in STEM.

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Preparing the Next Generation of Welders for Robotics and Automation

By Ellie Gabel

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Welding remains a vital industry, crucial in everything from construction to manufacturing. It’s a field that has continually evolved, adapting to technological advancements. Recently, there’s been a significant shift towards incorporating robotics and automation in welding processes.

This shift is transforming the very nature of welding work. As a result, there’s an urgent need to prepare the next generation of welders. They must possess new skills and knowledge to excel in an environment where robotics and automation play a crucial role. This preparation maintains industry standards and ensures continuous innovation in this critical field.

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The Robotic Future of STEM Education: A Look into Diverse Learning Approaches

By Katie Brenneman 

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There’s little doubt that science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) will continue to be a vital aspect of our society for the foreseeable future. Even many industries that aren’t obviously STEM-based are still driven by a range of tech tools. Our everyday lives are populated by ever more advanced hardware and software. It’s no wonder, then, that a solid STEM education is considered essential for today’s students.

Yet, one of the prevalent challenges of STEM education is boosting engagement among a more diverse student base. This vital collection of subjects is still not always inclusive to learners from different backgrounds. Fortunately, robotics can be a powerful tool here. It’s a fascinating and engaging subject while also holding enormous potential for driving, supporting, and encouraging diverse STEM learning practices.

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