On a trip to Holland, Khue Do organized a 2 hour long EV3 robotics class at a Vietnamese school for kids. 26 eager kids showed up, eager to learn more about STEM and robotics. There, Khue taught the children about different motors, the touch sensor, and the aspect of STEM and FIRST. The children had to code This trip inspired less fortunate kids to get into robotics and hopefully do it in the future.
Khue also traveled to France where he taught a family how to build a simple robot to code. Using the robot they made, they then programmed the motors and introduced them to the different sized motors, touch sensor, and color sensor.
Adithya Narayan traveled to India to teach 40 students about STEM and EV3. He first introduced what STEM education was, and then delved into the basics of building and programming with EV3. In the end, the students were able to make their own program without trouble. He also inspired the local children to get into robotics and hopes to start an FLL team with them in the future, mentoring them both online and in-person workshops.