First Global Challenge Continues For SKN Robotics

Basseterre, St. Kitts, September 12th , 2020 (ZIZ News):The First Global Challenge continues for the St. Kitts-Nevis Robotics Association as they completed two challenges titled “School’s in Session” and “Mother Tongue”.

Team Captain for St. Kitts-Nevis Robotics Association, Sanjiv Suresh outlined the requirements for the challenges.

“Sharing is caring and that’s what the next two challenges have taught us, with the first one, challenge number 20, School’s in Session we had to teach or share some of the news skill sets that we would have learnt throughout the First Global challenge this far and some of our team mates gave some really interesting response like they said they learnt analytical skills, they learnt how to be a team player an engineer and so on,” he continued, challenge number 21 which is called Mother Tongue where we had to share some of our locally said idioms or tongue twisters in St. Kitts and Nevis and this was a really really interesting challenge.”

He also explained how these challenges relate to STEAM or STEM.

“We are teaching the others how we learn certain new skill sets and some of the skill sets we would have learnt is engineering, technological skills and so on and these all fall under STEAM or STEM and also along with that we are also teaching our own culture and how we are in St. Kitts and Nevis to the world and that’s a great thing that we are doing,” he said.

The First Global Challenge spans 13 weeks in total between 27th June and 25th September and features interactive tasks and training sessions.

The challenge is guided by the theme ‘Connecting Communities.’


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