Let’s talk robotics @ Kiseljak
Elementary school „Kiseljak“ is located in the heart at Bosnia and Herzegovina in a small town Kiseljak. It is located in the northwest of Sarajevo. School started to work in 1890 and at that time there were about 150 students. Nowadays there are more than 500 students in our school. They attend school from the 1.st to the 9th grade. There are a lot of extracurricular activities in our school and students can choose and attend some of the activities during the school year.
There is Robotic activity in our school since last year. More than 30 students are included in this activity.
This activity runs IT teacher Valentina Vidović and our students have used mBot robots for SPARKreators competition. According to last results, both of our teams (young and older) were the best in our region.
Three of our students: Gabrijel, David and Sanor represented our school at the advanced robotic competition that was organized in Zagreb at the end of September this year. The team programmed the Abilix robot. It had to solve different tasks on the theme of revolution. There were 52 teams in the competition and our team won the 16th. Place. In the world of programming and robotics girls are not as represented as boys and for that reason, we have started this activity special for girls.
Organisation - Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation
Contact Name - Maja Hadziselimovic
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
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