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Educational Robotics and STEM program

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Innovative teaching methods for robotics and STEM successfully applied in Greek schools

An important contribution to the development of digital skills of more than 265,000 children and teachers has been made in the last 10 years through robotics and STEM programs.

COSMOTE is one of the first companies to systematically invest in the dissemination of educational robotics and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) educational methodology in Greek schools, over the past 10 years. The company has implemented a series of actions, in partnership with the not-for-profit organization for educational robotics and science "WRO Hellas” as well as “STEM Education”, contributing to the development of digital skills of over 265,000 children and teachers. COSMOTE supports the culture of digital skills by offering more than National Educational Robotics Competition for kindergarten, primary, junior high and high school students.

COSMOTE provides educational robotics seminars to over 11,000 teachers and offered over 1.050 educational robotics kits to schools across the country. Lastly, COSMOTE supported 15 of the teams that participated in the World Robot Olympiad.
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