Using Robotics as a Tool for Problem Solving in Ghana talk

Sedinam uses robotics as an educational tool to provide practical hands-on exposure to STEM and tangible problem solving skills to women in the Central Region of Ghana. She shares stories and lessons learned, and how she combines technology and education to create powerful, accessible learning opportunities for others.


Sedinam Worlanyo Instructional Designer, TechChange

Sedinam currently works as an instructional designer at TechChange where she supports a variety of innovative e-learning initiatives at the intersection of health and technology. Prior to TechChange she served as a Google Policy Fellow and explored the role of assistive technologies in addressing learning disabilities. Sedinam graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in Computer Science and Economic Development.

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Using Robotics as a Tool for Problem Solving in Ghana

Sedinam uses robotics as an educational tool to provide practical hands-on exposure to STEM and tangible problem solving skills to women in the Central Region of Ghana. She shares stories and lessons learned, and how she combines technology and education to create powerful, accessible learning opportunities for others.

Sedinam Worlanyo

Instructional Designer, TechChange

Sedinam currently works as an instructional designer at TechChange where she supports a variety of innovative e-learning initiatives at the intersection of health and technology. Prior to TechChange she served as a Google Policy Fellow and explored the role of assistive technologies in addressing learning disabilities. Sedinam graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in Computer Science and Economic Development.

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