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Joshua Davis Æ 2 Summary La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest Review õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Inced these impoverished undocumented kids from the desert who had never even seen the ocean that they should try to build an underwater robot And build a robot they did Their robot wasn't pretty especially compared to those of the competition They were going up against some of the best collegiate engineers in the country including a team from MIT backed by a 10000 grant from ExxonMobil The Phoenix teenagers had scraped together less than 1000 and built their robot out of scavenged parts This was never. This was an enjoyable book based on the true story of how 4 high schoolers at Carl Hayden Community High school in Phoenix unseated some of the top collegiate engineering teams at a national underwater robotics competition At its core is the well worn root for the underdog storyline But this time the protagonists are 4 underprivileged Hispanic high schoolers who beyond all odds form a robotics team enter a national marine robotics competition scrape together a small budget put together their ROV remote operated vehicle with a bunch of spare parts and ultimately go head to head with some of the best collegiate engineering teams in the country including MITBut aside from the heartfelt triumph what made this story great was While the competition is the main theme of the book the ups and downs of the contest ultimately seem trivial compared to the constant battle the high schoolers face with poverty home instability and in some cases fear of deportation The author spends a lot of time helping really understand where the characters come from their family history and what they deal with even to show up to school much less learn and compete in robotics The competition isn t the end point The real power of this book isn t just showing the power of a few to overcome it s the focus on what becomes of the high schoolers after the competitionIt s an easy read and it delivers the expected underdog victory punch But importantly it makes you think deeply about policy in the US failures in our current system and how we fail to develop what could be a great source of talent for our country Heritage of Love never even seen the ocean that they should try to build an underwater robot And build a robot they did Their robot wasn't pretty especially compared to those of the competition They were going up against some of the best collegiate engineers in the country including a team from MIT backed by a 10000 grant from ExxonMobil The Phoenix teenagers had scraped together less than 1000 and built their robot out of scavenged parts This was Highland Heaven never. This was an enjoyable book based on the true story of how 4 high schoolers at Carl Hayden Community High school in Phoenix unseated some of the top collegiate engineering teams at a If I Cant Let Go If You Come Back To Me #2 national marine robotics competition scrape together a small budget put together their ROV remote operated vehicle with a bunch of spare parts and ultimately go head to head with some of the best collegiate engineering teams in the country including MITBut aside from the heartfelt triumph what made this story great was While the competition is the main theme of the book the ups and downs of the contest ultimately seem trivial compared to the constant battle the high schoolers face with poverty home instability and in some cases fear of deportation The author spends a lot of time helping really understand where the characters come from their family history and what they deal with even to show up to school much less learn and compete in robotics The competition isn t the end point The real power of this book isn t just showing the power of a few to overcome it s the focus on what becomes of the high schoolers after the competitionIt s an easy read and it delivers the expected underdog victory punch But importantly it makes you think deeply about policy in the US failures in our current system and how we fail to develop what could be a great source of talent for our country

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Joshua Davis Æ 2 Summary La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest Review õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free A level competition and yet against all odds they won But this is just the beginning for these four whose story which became a key inspiration to the DREAMers movement will go on to include first generation college graduations deportation bean picking in Mexico and service in Afghanistan Joshua Davis' Spare Parts is a story about overcoming insurmountable odds and four young men who proved they were among the most patriotic and talented Americans in this country even as the country tried to kick them ou. Our immigration system AND our education system are a hot mess This true story shows us what is stake and what the possibilities are if we could just get our shit together and start embracing immigration and respecting teachers I cried repeatedly both from joy and frustration as I read I think all educators actually all humans should read this true story of four undocumented young men and their two outstanding high school teachers who beat MIT in an undersea robot contest Read it for an excellent example of what happens when you hire well educated and passionate teachers and then respect them give the freedom to teach and experiment And for much evidence about why immigration matters and the damage that our immigration policies have done to outstanding people I don t want to suggest that only good immigrants like these young men deserve to be in the US The stories shared in this book of young people being rounded up while hanging out at the pizza shop or on a school trip to Niagara Falls jailed and deported are just heartbreaking even if they aren t outstanding scientistsThis book raises so many issues How do four young men each with uniue strengths but not traditionally A students bond together to create an impressivelly innovative robot that can go underwater measure a submarine enter the submarine to retrieve prizes and take a liuid sample from a 12 wide tube Obviously the young men are outstanding but their two teachers are as well I think there is great strength in having two very brilliant and well educated teachers who can feed off and encourage each other These teachers had freedom to allow students in class to experiment and follow dreams and ideas without Guaranteed Viable Curriculum or Common Core They were trusted to provide a valuable education for their students Also they had each other I m not sure one teacher alone would have had the strength or energy to put in the long long hours and emotional support much less have the technical and intellectual ability on their ownBut even after these boys build an incredible robot kept their grades up in all their classes battled college teams with huge sponsors while these boys had a budget of 1000 their college and life choices were still incredibly limited because they were brought to the US by their parents who wanted better lives for their children crawling through breaks in fencing ducking under fences crossing in cars with faked papers All this scientific and innovative brilliance and the boys were excluded from many scholarships and all federal help forced to pay out of state tuition even though their parents had been working and paying taxes in the US Just heartbreaking I can t tell you how many times I cried and cheered confusing my dog profoundly Paperback Midnight not sure one teacher alone would have had the strength or energy to put in the long long hours and emotional support much less have the technical and intellectual ability on their ownBut even after these boys build an incredible robot kept their grades up in all their classes battled college teams with huge sponsors while these boys had a budget of 1000 their college and life choices were still incredibly limited because they were brought to the US by their parents who wanted better lives for their children crawling through breaks in fencing ducking under fences crossing in cars with faked papers All this scientific and innovative brilliance and the boys were excluded from many scholarships and all federal help forced to pay out of state tuition even though their parents had been working and paying taxes in the US Just heartbreaking I can t tell you how many times I cried and cheered confusing my dog profoundly

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Joshua Davis Æ 2 Summary La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest Review õ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Four undocumented Mexican American students two great teachers one robot building contestand a major motion picture In 2004 four Latino teenagers arrived at the Marine Advanced Technology Education Robotics Competition at the University of California Santa Barbara They were born in Mexico but raised in Phoenix Arizona where they attended an underfunded public high school No one had ever suggested to Oscar Cristian Luis or Lorenzo that they might amount to much but two inspiring science teachers had conv. Back in their dorm room Fredi and Allan were worried The robot wasn t working and the kids were scheduled to go in front of the NASA and Navy experts within hours Stinky was turning out to be a failure from the outset The kids felt defeated before the competition had even begun Oscar wasn t ready to give up Let s take it apart now he argued We can fix it Fredi didn t want the kids preoccupied when they presented themselves to the experts They had to be mentally ready for what would likely be an intense grilling Look don t worry about the robot right now he said We ve got all night to fix it It s important to get ready for the review Allan said The kids had limited experience talking in front of imposing professionals Raising money and competing in the FIRST program had helped but talking to an audience was still a novel experience That coupled with their shaken confidence could undermine everything they d accomplished so far They might leave Santa Barbara convinced that the whole thing was a mistake that it wasn t their lot to be ambitious They needed to be jolted into a better frame of mind so Allan decided on a gamble Everybody come with me he commanded The team followed him out of the dorm to a bridge Though it was summertime there was still a steady flow of pedestrians I want you guys to hang out here and talk to anybody who comes by Allan said What do you want us to talk about Oscar asked Say Hi would you like to hear about our thrusters Allan prompted Lorenzo snickered I don t think nobody is going to talk to us if we say that Tell them you built a robot Allan persevered They ll want to hear about it Fredi and Allan walked off and watched from a distance The locals might ignore the kids or think that they were panhandling That could further undermine their already fragile state of mind Allan was hoping that wouldn t happen He was banking on the kindness of strangers The kids were bashful at first and let a handful of people walk by Oscar gripped a white plastic three ring binder that contained drawings of Stinky s innovations Finally Lorenzo mustered up the courage to talk to a man who looked like a professor Hi we re high school students from Phoenix and we re here to compete in an underwater robotics contest Do you want to hear about it The man laughed Okay What does your robot do Oscar stepped forward with his three ring binder and flipped to the first page which displayed a photo of Stinky It s an ROV That means remotely operated vehicle He explained that Stinky was designed to retrieve underwater objects record video sample fluid measure distances and locate sounds It can do all that the man said When it s working yeah Oscar said Right now it s kind of messed up Well I ll be rooting for you the man said and after wishing them luck headed away After that the team stopped a variety of people and explained why their robot was so cool even if it was on life support Cristian talked about applying the index of refraction to their laser range findings and Lorenzo bragged about his ghetto liuid sampling tool The people they talked to seemed impressed by the ragtag group of teens and the reaction they got gave them a boost It reminded them that they were doing something they had never done before In Phoenix they were called illegal aliens and pegged as criminals They were alternately viewed as American Mexican or neither Now for a moment they were simply teenagers at a robotics competition by the ocean4 34 stars


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    EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis Speaking as a kid who did the same robotics contests at or less the same time FIRST 2002 2004 MATE 2005 Spare Parts is the real deal They were four kids born in Mexico and living in the bad part of Phoenix undocumented immigrants with one shot at glory Oscar was ROTC a born leader Lorenzo torn between flashy style and even flashier outbursts of anger Cristian was a natural scientist and inventor Luis a gentle g

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    EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis Now a major motion picture starring George Lopez my husband got to go to the movie premiere and met the boys now men in this story

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    EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis This was an enjoyable book based on the true story of how 4 high schoolers at Carl Hayden Community High school in Phoenix unseated some of the top collegiate engineering teams at a national underwater robotics competition At its co

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    Read Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Joshua Davis EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis The tale of four Hispanic teens and their low paid teachers who did extraordinarily well in robotics competitions Reading this made me want to invent things Then I read what happened to the kids after the competitions were over The American Dre

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    Joshua Davis Æ 2 Summary EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis This is the true story of four high school students who are in the US illegally They build an underwater ROV robot and win a national championship beating top notch teams from places like MIT It is also the story of their lives hardships and what it is like as an illegal immigrant in this country This book made me emotional I grew

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    EBOOK FREE (La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest) ☆ Joshua Davis Joshua Davis Æ 2 Summary Our immigration system AND our education system are a hot mess This true story shows us what is stake and what the possibilities are if we could just get our shit together and start embracing immigration and respecting teachers I cried repeatedly both from joy and frustration as I read I think all educators actually all humans should read

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  • Hardcover
  • 240
  • La Vida Robot Four Undocumented Teenagers Two Teachers Who Instilled Them with a Crazy Dream and One High Stakes Robot Building Contest
  • Joshua Davis
  • English
  • 24 January 2020
  • 9780374183370