Competition

Mediterranean: Source of Life and Culture

Football

Football For ages 6-10

Teams of 2-3 students

Students with the help of a teacher will build a remote controlled football player and participate in a football game. Students who do not know each other form a team.

Competing as a team highlights the importance of cooperation

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Power Engineers

For ages 6-10

Teams of 6-10 students

Students with the help of a teacher make a project with materials of their choice and with the kit they will make

mechanisms. They will try to solve a problem related to the theme of the competition. They will present their projects as problem solving.

Key points:

What is Energy, Control the movement using switch.

Automation Engineers

For ages 9-12

Teams of 6-10 students

Students with the help of a teacher make a project with materials of their choice. They will make mechanisms that will try to solve a problem related to the theme of the competition.

They will replace the switch and instead of themselves, they will use sensors and programming to control the motor movement.

Using the micro:bit board will collect data as a Physics scientist and a web camera to recognize barcodes or colors to control the motor movement.

 

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The Competition 

We are proposing a pilot competition to take place this year, where Elementary students, with the help of a mentor, will build their own robots and mechanisms with the robotics kit.

The whole creating process involves children in practical, active, teamwork, helping them to gain knowledge and linguistic skills through asking questions, looking for patterns, choosing strategies, and drawing conclusions

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National STEM competition

The children participating in the competition are asked to create a complete project related to the theme of the competition, present it in operation and document it.

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Simple machines

The simplest mechanisms we can use

the mechanical advantage to increase the output force

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