EdWeek: Breaking Gender Stereotypes Through Early Exposure to Robotics
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 9, 2017 in Media Coverage
In this article, Dr. Amanda Sullivan, discusses how an early introduction into developmentally appropriate picture books, tools, and role-modeling, can inspire the next generation of female scientists and innovators and help get rid of STEM stereotypes once and for all.
Dr. Sullivan worked on the research and development of the KIBO robot with the Tufts DevTech Research Group. Her research centers on engaging girls in STEM and understanding young children’s development of gender stereotypes toward the technical STEM fields. Read More.