The Occupy Mars Backpack Robotics Programthe 

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Robots helping with Occupy Mars Projects

How can robots help us on Mars?

Touring Schools, Libraries & Science Museums

The Barboza Space Center and the Super School Design Center are working together helping our students to use 3D printers to design

robots, aliens and science eperiments that will be used for our "Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Program."  We will integrate Common Core and Next Generations Science Standards in all of our project based -learning.  Questions:

Jr. Medical School students are working with our visual and performing arts programs to create audio and video podcasts of our Occupy Mars Learning Adventures programs for Kids Talk Radio Science.  This give our students lots of creative opportunities to integrates the arts and sciences into Next Generationa Science Standards and Common Core best practices.   We work hard at getting our students excited about studying STEAM++ topics.

Our students are creating industrial robots to perform jobs on Mars.   We provide them with the background knowlege that they need to "Think Different" about how they solve problems .   We teach them how to work on a science and engineering team.   At the same time we individualize instructions for our diverse learners that are gifted in some areas and have learning disabilites getting in their way.  

Bob Barboza is Going on Tour With Nao The Robot 

We are getting ready to plan our senior citizens and children's hospital tours.  Before we all go to Mars we have to help more people

One of my goals in 2016-2017 is to tour senior homes, children's hospitals and art mueums.  Before I take my whole team to Mars I have to spead my joy here on Earth.  We welcome your leads and comments.  Visit:

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