Through GRAF, in the 20th Robofest World Championship, Ghana was represented in the senior category by two teams (ACROBOT and I-BOT) both from the Methodist Girls’ Senior High School, Mamfe and in the junior category by Cosmic Intellect, a private team from the Mikrostem Academy- established and run by Ing. Michael Wilson.
The teams pulled stunning results at the just ended world championship with Team ACROBOT emerging as the overall winner (1st place) in the senior category out of 25 teams.
Team Cosmic Intellect placed 6th out of 52 teams which competed in the junior category of the championship and Team I-Bot placed 15th in the senior category of the senior game.
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Up until 2018, RiSE activities had seen Ghana participate in a number of international competitions in countries including: US, Malaysia, Indonesia, Russia, India, Costa Rica and also the recipient of prestigious awards.
According to the organizers, the current drift of the global economy from an industrial age to a knowledge-based and conceptual/creativity age and the focus on STEM education and critical thinking has been a focus of most developed and developing countries.
To improve the efficiency of the education system in this era, it remains critical to explore efficient techniques and tools to augment the current delivery mode in schools targeted at improving STEM, creativity and critical thinking skill development.
They also indicated that, GRAF through its RiSE program remains
committed to demystifying science through a futuristic educational
helping every student achieve the relevant skill-set needed to be effective in the 4th Industrial revolution.