Buxton, Guyana: May 15, 2018 — The STEM club at Buxton was created back in 2016 after several members attended STEMGuyana’s inaugural robot building and programming camps and coach training sessions. Since then, Buxton’s STEM club members showed off their talents at the 2017 STEMGuyana robotics exhibition, while their coach Horace Moseley was part of the 2017 Robotics National Team which performed well at the Robotics Olympics in Washington DC. In 2017, another Buxton Coach Aisha Peters travelled with the all ladies team to visit Georgia Tech University’s robotics program.
Today, Team Buxton’s leaders are extending the opportunity for technical knowledge and preparing another generation of young people for a technology future by enrolling the team in the pilot National Robot and Coding league. Team members work hard each week on Scratch coding and Lego Mindstorm Robotics challenges which strengthen the students’ ability to collaborate, communicate, problem solve and which also strengthens their critical thinking, academic and technical skills.
For more information about the Buxton robotics team, contact Horace Moseley via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.