Our sixth graders built a dispenser to make drinking water accessible.

Our goal in the Puebla American School Foundation is to form reflective thinkers who are committed to social justice and who not only understand the cultural, social, economic, and ecological issues of the day, but who propose and enact creative solutions for the good of the community.  

Our sixth graders who participated in the STEM Circuits Workshop during the 2016-2017 school year, developed different proposals that contribute to the solution of some social problems, applying the basic knowledge acquired in Mechanics, Electronics, Physics, Mathematics and Technology. 

One of the most significant projects created by the students was a water dispenser that solves the lack of potable water in some rural communities. This project was selected by Google Mexico as an example of how students and teachers are using technology to empower a rising generation of innovative change makers.

We invite you to watch the following video.

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