World of Robotics in Washington summons five young Paraguayans
Translated from Spanish.
The boys were invited to participate in the REV Robotics category, which has been included in the curriculum of the private educational institution for three years.
One of the mentors who accompanies the boys is the innovative teacher José Ávalos, who won a prize a few months ago at the Microsoft World Cup in Canada.
In addition is Professor Ian Bajac, from the Polytechnic Faculty of the UNA, entity that works with students in this subject.
Georgetown Washington University will host the competition, which ends July 20 and is attended by young people from 158 countries across the globe.
Work. Professor José Ávalos says that robotics is necessary in the education of boys, because it is the future of technology. “Through this tool students learn to develop, program and participate in an experience that is the future of humanity,” he says.