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Thirty students aged 10 to 14 are registered in the programme, which is being conducted by Guyanese born Ms. Wilson encouraged the students to capitalise on the opportunity to learn. Karen Abrams and her four children: Ima, Asha, Caleb and Joshua Christian, all of Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Abrams first approached her about the project she was pleased because of its potential positive impact on children. “There [are] so [many] opportunities for you guys, all you have to do is stay focused. Another workshop is also being held at the Lusignan/Good Hope Learning Centre for children from that area. Fitzroy Younge, under the auspices of the Office of the First Lady. Ovian Mansfeld and a team of five trained volunteers, including Mr. [It is] a new way of learning, a new way of getting excited about something,” Mrs. Granger said, at the opening of the workshop for students in the Buxton-Friendship area, held at the Friendship Primary School. Am spontaneous n crazy at my job and love meeting new people everywhere. Learn Chinese Learn Spanish Learn English Learn German Learn French Learn Korean Learn Japanese Learn Russian Learn Italian Learn Portuguese Learn Arabic Learn Hindi Learn Farsi Learn Finnish! Sandra Granger is optimistic about the impact that the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Guyana Robotic Camp will have on the participants, through the development of their knowledge about technology and its potential to spark their creativity.“I saw all the possibilities of robotics and the increase in knowledge of technology for [the] young people. On the visitor’s part, admitting to ignorance of something work-related will likely be viewed more as a sign of incompetence rather than honesty. So from the outset the visitor would be bombarded with direct questions. Work is a safe topic but talking down to a Guyanese about his/her knowledge and ability should be avoided.
She also expressed hope that the workshops can eventually be expanded nationwide. The STEM Guyana Robotic Camp has its genesis in the Abrams family wanting to give back to their homeland. They publicised their interest in hosting the workshops and several groups and businesses in the United States, Canada and locally have since thrown their support behind the effort. Guyana are easy to talk to and are not as steeped in culture and tradition as in some more traditional societies.
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