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49ers Stem Education Program To Partner With Wonder Workshop

The 49ers Museum presented by Sony today announced an educational partnership with Silicon Valley-based technology company, Wonder Workshop.
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The 49ers Museum presented by Sony today announced an educational partnership with Silicon Valley-based technology company, Wonder Workshop. The partnership will enable the 49ers STEM Education Program to integrate programmable robots, Dash and Dot, into its curriculum to engage students in coding and robotics through hands-on active play.

The real robot Dash and coding companion Dot teach kids 5 and up to code. Working with an iPad or tablet and a collection of four free apps, kids send commands to Dash and Dot programming them to move, explore, dance, interact, and navigate the world around them.

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