06 June 2019
The Philippine Robotics National Team (Kid Imagineers from Dr. Yanga’s College, Inc.) beams with pride as they clinch gold at the FLL European Open International Turkey 2019 held last May 22 -26, 2019 in Izmir, Turkey. Photo courtesy of FELTA Multi-Media.
The future looks bright for Philippine robotics.
Fresh from a double victory at the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Lego League (FLL) World Championship held in USA last April 2019, the Philippine Robotics National Team bagged another gold medal at the recent FLL European Open International Turkey 2019 last May 22 -26, 2019 in Izmir, Turkey.
The national delegation, represented this time by Kid Imagineers from Dr. Yanga’s College Inc., came home victorious after winning a Gold Award for Project Presentation and Finalist on Project Research. 82 teams from 41 countries and over 600 students (ages 11-17 years old) participated in the competition.
The theme, “Into Orbit”, challenged students to find solutions to physical and social problems associated with long-duration space flight.
03 June 2019
A student from the Philippine Science High School-Central Visayas Campus flies drone to collect data on different environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and gas concentration.
To catch up with a rapidly changing educational landscape, teachers are embracing new roles as innovators and designers of learning environment.
This is the idea behind “InnoBox” or Innovation in a Box, a nationwide search for the most innovative teaching and learning resources (TLR) which can be used in teaching both science and mathematics.
The competition, organized by the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI), is open to all public and private elementary and secondary school teachers who are currently teaching science and/or mathematics. It aims to encourage teachers to be innovative, creative, and practical in teaching science and math concepts to improve students’ performance in the subjects.
20 May 2019
The Philippine Robotics National Team (DYCI Blue Ocean’s 10 from Dr. Yanga’s College, Inc.) with Ms. Mylene Abiva of FELTA Multi-Media (leftmost) at the FIRST Lego League World Championship in Houston, Texas, USA. Photo courtesy of FELTA.
A cozier life in space awaits astronauts, thanks to the impressive creations of The Philippine Robotics National Team. Their awe-inspiring robots earned two coveted awards in the recent For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Lego League World Championship held in Houston, Texas, USA on April 15-21, 2019.
The national delegation, winners of the 8th FLL Philippines, comprised two teams – DYCI Blue Ocean’s 10 from Dr. Yanga’s College Inc. (Ages 12-17) and Team CYLLO from De La Salle Zobel (ages 6-12).