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This past week a group of local students learned how to program a robot to pick up objects, respond to verbal commands, and obey everything that it is told to do.
Despite some of their parents' desires, the robots were not allowed to be used to do the students' household chores.
The two-day workshop, which was sponsored by district's Student Technology Leadership Program, was designed to challenge the students' critical thinking and analytical skills. During the program, students worked collaboratively to design, build, and program a robot to do a variety of tasks.
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