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Building Life Skills and Interest in STEM Through Rural 4-H Robotics Camps
Journal of Human Sciences and Extension
Many rural communities are looking for inexpensive and innovative ways to engage youth in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). University Extension 4-H programs offer a unique platform to increase rural youth exposure to STEM and build important life skills. This study employed a mixed-methods approach to examine ways in which 47 youth in five rural robotics day camps grew in targeted 4-H life skills and enthusiasm for science. Campers perceived growth in their decisiondoi:10.54718/iffi8241 fatcat:6xnlhbzor5asjfatb7rw7gdhxu