Tyler Memorial Library in Charlemont, MA gets grant from the Rural Technology Fund, where they have used funds for the purchase of KIBO for ‘Tyler Tech’, a summer program for elementary age children to participate in STEAM activities!
The article reads in part:
“The whole point for me is that, not only will the kids have screen time, but time that’s helping them to code and create, to develop their own skills. I’m interested in design thinking; when you design something, you may make a prototype and several iterations before it’s complete. Andrea Bernard said it’s good for children to know that, “when things don’t go right the first time it’s not a bad thing, but a first step that you can build on.”
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