Followup: See what Holy Rosary’s Gator-bots did with your help!

One month ago, we published a request for your help with a student research project – Holy Rosary School students were testing a hypothesis about how people learn about new technology. With almost 700 responses to their online survey, as noted the following week, they proceeded to modify their hypothesis, and win an award. Now, the next step – explained by their coaches:

The Holy Rosary Gator-bots will continue their journey this Sunday by participating in the First Lego League semi-finals at Shoreline Community College. Thanks to the West Seattle Blog and their wonderful readers, the Gator-bots received a lot of great ideas on the project portion of the competition asking the question, How can we improve the way people learn about Technology?

The Gator-bots considered different ways they could help people with technology from the readers responses and finally chose to made a website with step-by-step videos. Their first wave of videos are out on the site for your viewing pleasure at Please take a look, and we encourage you to sign into the guestbook with your comments! The boys have worked long and hard learning about website technology, video creation technology and video production. Words of encouragement are always appreciated!

And if you come out to Shoreline Community College on Sunday to watch the competition, the first 50 people to mention that they saw the Gator-bots on the blog will receive a Gator-bots button!

Thank you WSB and West Seattle. We feel blessed to be part of such a wonderful community.

Gator-Bot coaches
Brian Christenson
Rise Pyscher
David Redenbaugh

Good luck, Gator-bots!

6 Replies to "Followup: See what Holy Rosary's Gator-bots did with your help!"

  • miws January 16, 2015 (7:10 am)

    Great job, Gator-bots!



  • WSince86 January 16, 2015 (7:46 am)

    Oh my gosh ! This is so great!!! I was just wondering what was going on with this and here it is! I watched one of your videos and learned a lot. Not only does the information work on the iPad , it works on my iPhone , says the formerly clueless iPhone owner!!! Thanks guys!!!!

  • Joan christenson January 16, 2015 (11:39 am)

    I continue to be so impressed with your grasp of technology! I watched each section on your website, and indeed I learned a lot. Thanks much to the Gator-bots for helping this Senior citizen! Best wishes, and look forward to hearing more about you and your good work!!

  • Leigh S January 16, 2015 (7:03 pm)

    Way to go fella’s! Nicely done group of videos and very helpful. Keep working at what you are doing. Best of luck as you continue in Robotics!!

  • Brian C January 16, 2015 (9:21 pm)

    The gator-bots appreciate all the words of encouragement here and on the website. Thank you!

  • Lacey January 17, 2015 (5:19 pm)

    This is wonderful. I’m so proud of you guys!!! Go Gators!!

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