Bob Barboza and the Kids Talk Radio Science News Team is in Los Angeles covering the 2014 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Our goal is to recruit as many top science and engineering students to work collaboratively on the Cabo Verde Tenth Island and the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Projects.
These auditions were held at the 2014 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. We are getting ready to add soloists to the new Kids Talk Radio Occupy Mars Band. We will be playing music and sound effects to the new “Occupy Mars Visual Jazz Opera.”
This video will help you to understand what universities are doing to make it possible for young women to have better and more opportunities in the STEM fields. Our team at Super School University is looking for more success stories like this one and in STEM, STEAM and STEAM Plus areas for our new school […]
The Kids Talk Radio STEM & STEAM International Program reports the news from all ten Cabo Verde Islands. We help to train student backpack journalists that conduct investigative journalism in the areas of science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, and mathematics. We have just created this new web site to support the work of […]
Kids Talk Radio wanted to start a conversation with Green Dot Charter High School students about their science projects, afterschool marine science program, biology classes and the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project. We invite you to listen to our video podcast.
We have a shortage of young women in our afterschool science programs. To solve our problem we went to visit the Animo Leadership Green Dot Charter High School in Los Angeles, California. That is where we got a very pleasant surprize. We found what we were looking for. It turns out that the […]
Santa Luzia Island and Catalina: Conversations with Arthur Davis: Urban Planning Advisor Project Side Bar Notes: Author and Bob Barboza had a few good phone conversations about creative ways to integrate the research about the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Enhanced STEM Program with some of the island off the coast of Southern California. Bob Barboza […]
A humanoid robot or an anthropomorphic robot is a robot with its overall appearance, based on that of the human body, allowing interaction with made-for-human tools or environments. In general humanoid robots have a torso with a head, two arms and two legs, although some forms of humanoid robots may model only part of the body, […]
Super School University has added C++ to its 2012-2015 Curriculum. “We wanted to go beyond the Common Core Standards. Our students are in 17 th. place internationally in science. We are involved in international project based-learning and our students have to be innovators. When the question is asked, What is the best language to support […]
Our student backpack journalists and scientists are packing Apple iPhones loaded with eBooks and teacher and student productivity software. We are conducting experiments in the field and sending our observations and data back to our team members in the classroom. “This is an exciting way to go to school with you are spending a good […]