Academic Deputy Minister of Education, Ariel Rodríguez Gil, said that “the most important thing is that the students have a different experience, and that Panama is preparing for the World Robotics Olympics next year, and above all a good experience.” Yes, we have school officials and a tour was done to select individuals and today, in a special way, we are proud because they are going to represent a country.
Dylan Samudio, who will be competing in the Future Engineers category and a student at IPT Capira, said “It’s a great feeling, I’m going to Germany to do my best and we went to the first regional competition with The mindset to win, but I really never thought I would go this far and I’m really excited and proud to represent Panama.
“It is a great challenge and great pleasure to represent Panama at the Robotics World Cup in Germany because all the work we have done for this beautiful project will finally be able to be completed in Germany and we will leave its name high ” Panama”, said Juan Carlos Alba from the Thomas Jefferson School.
Graciela Bouche, the representative of the judges’ body for the Panama team, said that the main objective of the judges who were part of the Panama delegation is to evaluate other countries and, in turn, gain more mastery over the rules. Organization and training for future judges to be Panama’s host of the 2023 Robotics World Cup.
The First Lady of the Republic, Yazmine Colon de Cortizo, STEAM Education Ambassador for the Americas, will receive the flag of the World Robot Olympiad (WRO), thus starting the countdown to the World Robotics Olympiad Panama 2023.