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Expert Interviews

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The Robotics Project is well underway and there is only a couple of more weeks before the students from Glendal and Berwick Lodge Primary Schools compete in Melbourne (Sunday 10th November).

Over the last few weeks the children have had the amazing opportunity to interview and conduct research from some very high profile experts in Wildfire Management including Craig Lapsley (Chief Fire Commissioner of Victoria) and Daryl Crowden (World Vision).  They have also called on the experience of Peter Naismith (CFA volunteer) and George Grossek (Department of Sustainability and Environment) to assist them in identifying a problem our firefighters face when fighting bush fires and coming up with a solution to solve this problem.  The children spent some time last Sunday at Glendal Primary School working on the robot missions, selecting a design for their team shirts, gathering research and looking at ways we can present our project and findings to the FLL judges.

 

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  1. Wow! I wish I could join. Also one thing, do you build the robots?

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