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Students Qualify for National Robotics Competition
15th December 2012
Students compete in qualifier for National Robotics Competition
 

December 15, 2012 – The Jubilee Center for Excellence in Education (JCEE) hosted 63 teams from public and private school all across Jordan in a day long robotics competition on Saturday to determine who will qualify for the upcoming 8th National Robotics Competition.

On Saturday 63 teams competed for one of 40 slots available for the national competition to be held by the JCEE at the Jubilee School on March 9 and 10, 2013.

The competition included teams from 43 private schools as well as cultural and scientific centers and 20 public schools.  More than 400 students came from cities including Amman, Zarqa, Aqaba, Salt, Irbid, Jerash, Ramtha, Tafileh, and Mafraq to participate in the event held at the Jubilee School.

63 teams participate in event at Jubilee School Dec 15, 2012
 
The National Robotics Competition was first organized by the JCEE in Jordan back in 2005. 


The JCEE, which holds the license for these events, also hosted the Arab Robotics Championship for three years in a row.  The contest focuses on the scientific aspects of technology, engineering and mathematics by requiring the students to build and design and program robots made out of Legos that are capable of performing specific tasks on tables designed to meet international specifications.


Competitors hope to qualify for National Competition

The JCEE, which was founded in 1998 to focus on the use of advanced educational technology to develop innovative curricula and interactive training programs for students, teachers and administrators in Jordan looks forward to hosting the upcoming National Robotics Competition in March.
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