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It’s a lot of problem solving,” said Leandrea Walter, OWL’s senior site leader at Kepner Middle School.
“It kind of feels good because you completed a mission and, like, you get to move on to another one,” said eighth-grader Alonzo.
It’s a technology and engineering lesson disguised as fun and games, and instructors said the experience can instill confidence and skills that carry over to students’ education.
“I had dyslexia, and my dyslexia is now getting better, and I’m getting a lot more comfortable with myself,” said fifth-grader Giselle.
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