TedPrimehub Advances into Call to Action on Robotics, Programming and Aviation Engineering in Ogun State Secondary Schools

As part of efforts to sustain its vision on Codeliners Project, TedPrimehub has featured 40 students from 10 public and Private Schools schools and Teachers in Ogun State in a practical and transformative session on A380 Airbus Little Engineers Workshop.

The event which was held at Abeokuta in collaboration with Airbus Foundation/STEM METs , Ogun State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and Computer Teachers’ Association of Nigeria exposed these students from 10 different schools to critical thinking, collaboration/team work and creativity towards the  design programmable Loaders and A380 Airbus Model of Aeroplanes with functional capacities to navigate into real life applications.

Speaking at the event, the technical manager of Codeliners Project, Olalekan Adeeko charged the participants on the need to have a learning environment that is completely outside the routinely inclined classrooms bridled with didactic teaching that is teacher centered.

 

Representatives who are teachers and students of Abeokuta Grammar School, African Church Grammar School, Baptist Boys’ High School, St. John High School, Anglican High School, Patterson Memorial Baptist Grammar School, Mercy Land Group of Schools, Akin Ogunpola Model School and Omolaja Sodipo Anglican School graced the 5 hour session

The Project Manager – Odeogbola Ayodele in his words, charged the participants to take this session as a golden opportunity towards exploring other potentials that transcend them to the Industrial Revolution and the future workforce that awaits them.

Codeliners Project is proudly supported by The United States Consulate, Lagos, Ogun State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology,  Lead Resources, Google Science Club International and Computer Teachers’ Association of Nigeria.
Tedprimehub with STEM METS

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