The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills would like to invite primary schools to participate in the third edition of the Malta Robo League. This STEM education programme is designed for young children (7 to 11 years).
Teams made up of 6 members will be guided by an adult mentor to explore and research a real-world problem related to the theme ‘Climate Change’. Teams are challenged to design and develop a solution which includes a model using any robotic kit. Each team will share a presentation of their work during the Malta Robotics Olympiad (MRO). This program will enable participants learn how to apply their classroom knowledge to a real-world application.
Time line to accomplish this project will be as follows:
• Mentor Information Session: 20th November (Tasks, Rules & Regulations)
• Mentor training: 20th November
• Registration deadline: 30th November
• Practice time: November till March
• Expo: 27th, 28th, 29th March 2020 @ MRO
Please refer to Rules and Regulations by clicking on this link: Robo League Rules and Regulations: Malta Robo League – rules and regulations.
Interested individuals can choose to apply either privately, as part of an entity or through a school. For more information on the Malta Robo League, see attached documents or contact Mr Keith Aquilina, Education Officer (Digital Literacy), Directorate of Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills on firstname.lastname@example.org