In its second year running, TedPrime Hub has again conducted workshop for 45 students and teacher-mentors from 13 schools in Ogun State public and private secondary schools.
The Little Engineer Workshop this year seek to engage the students on virtual learning experience on space exploration via Rockets and Robots and Satellite Technology.
The students who were engaged on hands on with experts from STEM_METS organisation provided the students on capacity building on space technology through the science of Coding, Robotics.
The second annual Airbus Foundation Little Engineer Workshop for students have been in line with Codeliners Project 2.0 on Robotics which is extensively supported by United States Consulate Lagos as an initiative to distribute Micro:bits to these schools and clubs in Ogun State.
Speaking at the event high was held in Abeokuta Grammar School, Adeeko Olalekan, the Technical and Operations Lead of the TedPrime Hub reiterated that this would further Unravel and boost the interest of these high school students in considering disciplines in the area of STEM fields. He encourage these participants to leverage on Internet technology to explore other areas of Coding and machine learning to complement the little effort TedPrime Hub is doing to support STEM and Quality in Ogun State and Nigeria at Large.
At the end of the workshop, participants were issued Certificates of Achievement as Little Engineers of the Airbus Foundation