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Grade 9 Math Students learn about Robotic Programming!

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Mr. Mousseau works with Davin Kaijankoski to create accurate movements with his Sphere-o robotic ball.

May 15, 2017 - Grade nine math students in Mr. Mousseau’s have been working with state-of-the-art technology to learn about programming. The students have been using robotic balls called Sphere-O which programs the ball to move and follow specific paths while using the iPad app.

The students are very excited about the learning because it allows them to get out of their desks and move away from traditional pencil and paper tasks.

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