The Dominican Republic will use robots to teach science in primary and secondary schools
Santo Domingo. The ambassador of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Andres El Matteo, said that the committee of that organization will today hand over ten robots to teach science in primary and secondary schools to the Deputy Minister of Education. .
“Today, the Dominican Commission for UNESCO will deliver the first ten robots through which it will start the creation of a system for teaching basic sciences in primary and secondary education in the Dominican Republic.” “There are fifty robots that have been donated,” he said during an interview in the El Despertador program.
Matteo also indicated that the course will start in the next few days for science teachers who will apply those robots that have been assigned.
He explained that besides robotics, knowledge of the exact sciences will also be infused, indicating that the country will receive equipment so that this topic is also integrated into the classroom.
The teams will arrive in the Dominican Republic in a few days. And shipping these equipment is more careful because it is radioactive materials. “
He called on the authorities to open public and private schools with all the protocols that had been established because it had been proven that they could be opened without any risk.