Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Mountain View, California - Jan 25, 2017 - Robotics and Education Global Summit (REGS) presents the Robotics and STEM Education Evening at the TechCode (1172 Castro St, Mountain View, CA) on February 2, 2017.
The Robotics and STEM Education Evening will showcase a panel of thought leaders and experts in STEM & STEAM education (such as Andra Kye, director at Silicon Valley Robotics) discussing their latest insight around the role of robotics in STEM and STEAM education.
The panel will discuss topics such as:
· How early should kids be exposed to robotics?
· What is the role of robotics in STEM and STEAM education?
· Will robotics programming be as commonplace as typing today?
The event will also feature live demonstrations of RoboTerra’s latest products for the STEM market. Attendees will have fun hands-on experiences with educational robots while enjoying fine foods and drinks.
Everyone who has an interest in Robots and/or STEM (or STEAM) education will have a great learning and networking experience.
The event will start a 6:30 pm on February 2, 2017, and will be held at 1172 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94040
For more details, please visit http://www.robotedu.me or call 855-965-7626
This event is sponsored by Robotics and Education Global Summit (REGS) and co-sponsored by RoboTerra and TechCode.
Robotics and Education Global Summit is an annual meeting of leaders in the fields of robotics and education to network and to discuss the future of the industry.
RoboTerra is the developer of creative robotic products, designed to stimulate creativity and cultivate the next generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) talents. ROBOTERRA’s robotics kits and software are designed to inspire creativity and motivate students to learn about science while providing a foundation for tech-driven careers.
TechCode is building the leading global entrepreneurship ecosystem by providing Incubation, Acceleration, Venture Funding, and Strategic Consulting to companies all over the world. Source :
Robotics and Education Global Summit (REGS)