Tag: Robotics

Beating the odds!

Beating the odds!

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- December 9, 2019

– 28 Youth Graduate from ICT training – First Lady charges students to integrate technology with existing sectors DPI, Guyana, ... Read More

The future is limitless – Robotics camps heading to Ituni

The future is limitless – Robotics camps heading to Ituni

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- July 9, 2019

─ aimed at merging reading and robotics classes for children, parents encouraged to be part of the sessions ─ class ... Read More

Over 1,200 “unattached” youth benefitting from robotics training

Over 1,200 “unattached” youth benefitting from robotics training

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 6, 2019

― Department of Culture, Youth and Sport will be provide robotics tent during their community outreaches DPI, Guyana, Saturday, April ... Read More

Education Ministry to introduce Robotics in September

Education Ministry to introduce Robotics in September

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 2, 2019

─ will be taught to Grade 4 students ─ as ministry continues its curriculum reform project DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, April ... Read More

MOE Press Statement

MOE Press Statement

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 8, 2019

The Ministry of Education has taken note of a social media post regarding a recent robotics demonstration hosted by the ... Read More

MoE moves closer to introducing robotics in primary schools

MoE moves closer to introducing robotics in primary schools

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 7, 2019

… senior officials witness the first demonstration (March 7, 2019)- The Ministry of Education (MoE) late last year announced that ... Read More

Robotics to be used as a tool to deliver quality education

Robotics to be used as a tool to deliver quality education

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 16, 2019

(January 16, 2019) – The Ministry of Education will be introducing robotics at the Primary Level in 2019 and it ... Read More

First Lady receives courtesy call from Medgar Evers College representative

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 25, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana – (October 25, 2018) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, yesterday, received a courtesy call from the Deputy Chair ... Read More

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