Save the Date! Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas celebrates 100 years with robotics for children and youth
To celebrate its Centennial (1918-2018), the General Consulate of Mexico in Dallas invites the public to the interactive event RobotiX Summer Camp: a robotics and STEM education program (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), with fun challenges for children and youth participants.
The RobotiX demonstration will be held on Thursday April 26th at 6:30 pm at the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas, aiming to provide opportunities in the field of robotics to the children, youth and educators through the School Districts and Community Organizations in the North Region of Texas.
The event will present the RobotiX in the Box Program, a model that transforms classrooms in technologic labs, ideal for K-12 schools.
The RobotiX educational model has been proved in more than a thousand educational centers in Mexico, impacting more than 170 thousand children and youth.
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