Malta Robo League is a STEM education program designed for young children (7 to 11 years). Teams made up of upto 6 members will be guided by an adult mentor to explore and research a real-world problem related to this year’s theme ‘Climate Change’. They are challenged to design and develop a solution that includes a model using any robotic kit (e.g. WeDo, Engino, Sphero, Microbit).
This program will enable participants to learn how to apply their classroom knowledge
to a real-world application. A team must have a minimum of two (2) and a maximum of six (6) children from 7 to 11 (year 4 to year 6). Children may be members of only one (1) Malta Robo League team. Each team needs to be guided by at least one adult mentor. Teams must demonstrate completion of all three (3) steps of the Project (identify a problem, develop an innovative solution, and share with others) as part of their presentation. For more information on Malta Robo League, please check out: facebook.com/maltaroboleague/ or contact Mr Keith Aquilina, Education Officer (Digital Literacy), Directorate of Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills.
Teams are challenged to design and develop a solution that includes a model using any robotic kit. Each team will share a presentation of their work during the Malta Robotics Olympiad (MRO). This program will enable participants to learn how to apply their classroom knowledge to a real-world application.
Malta Robo League
Venue: MRL ArenaMRL Expo throughout the weekend on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of March 2020MRL Awards on Saturday the 28th of march from 18:00 till 19:00