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Robots Invade East Coast Population Centers

February 29, 2016

 

STEM school assembly provider SCHOOLASSEMBLIES.NET announce the development of their latest STEM school assembly program specifically created for elementary school-aged children in grade levels Kindergarten through 6th grade.

A Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania-based company, SCHOOLASSEMBLIES.NET Recognizes America’s need for SCIENCE school assemblies which also address advances in technology, engineering and math for primary school students.  Their latest school assembly entitled

“BOT! – THE SECRET LIFE OF ROBOTS”  is scheduled for a 2016 Spring release and will focus not only specifically on the current scientific advances in robotics, but on "robot history" as well.

 

School assembly presenter David Jack, a three-time Parents’ Choice Award-winning performer, says “Our research has found that when presented through the prism of Robots, or more specifically, a robot school assembly, kids respond to a  STEM curriculum with a level of focus and excitement that’s rarely found in the classroom these days."

 

"I’m convinced that this school assembly is destined to become our most popular.  It’s Unique, FUN, fast-paced and completely immersive.  It’s a school assembly with a perfect blend of STEM education, student participation and close-up entertainment.”

BOT! - THE SECRET LIFE OF ROBOTS premieres across East Coast elementary schools in SPRING 2016.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT SCHOOLASSEMBLIES.NET at david@schoolassemblies.net

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