Juarez City.- With the intention of developing a taste for robotics, applied mathematics and programming in high school students, the Educational Services of the State of Chihuahua (SEECH) and the United Chihuahua Fund launched the STEAM training program at Federal Secondary School No. 14 in Ciudad Juárez.
Erica Renteria, director of Fondo Unido Chihuahua, said STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, for its acronym in English) wants to prepare students so that they have the tools they need to get better jobs in the future. Allow or including self-employment.
good people, target
In his message, Adrian Contreras Tovar, director of Federal Secondary School No. 14, said, “Our main objective in education is to bring good people to citizens.”
There will be 200 students of class III who will get benefit of robotics workshop taught through Mech Robotics AC wherein they will acquire skills to program, build robots and develop useful applications for automating elements, it was informed.
Likewise, it was highlighted that 698 thousand pesos will be invested in this project by the Chihuahua United Fund for the training of the teenagers of this complex located in Anpara, as well as for the acquisition of supplies to make their own robots.
The intent is that once the training of teachers on said campus is complete, the project can be replicated in other secondary schools to better prepare graduate students in mathematics, physics and computing from the secondary level.
from Robojam’s point of view
During the presentation event it was announced that a competition would be held at the end of the course and the five best projects would receive additional support with a view to the RoboJam competition, a competition that was won in the 2022 edition by the 10-year-Juarez Old Older than Luis Eduardo Villarreal.
$698 miles Contributions will be made by the United Chihuahua Fund for the course in the said educational establishment
200 Students will receive workshop delivered through Mech Robotics AC