On May 22, the last of the series of workshops on electronics and robotics, carried out by the Tinusaur Foundation and with the support of the Vivacom Regional Grant, was held in the village of Ledenik.
Neven Boyanov, founder of the Tinusaur Foundation, is visiting Vasil Levski Primary School in the village of Ledenik, where the eighth consecutive workshop of our joint initiative with the Vivacom Regional Grant is being organized. 6 students of different ages took part in it. The event was held in one of the specialized classrooms in the school after classes so that both the parents of the children and the other teachers from the school could be present.
Each student received an individual Tinusaur Kids.Micro kit with circuit boards and electronic components to assemble, and Mr. Boyanov personally explained and showed everyone what and how to do. Thus, children learn to work in a team, help each other, and look for solutions to problems together.
After about four hours, which passed imperceptibly, all the children had assembled their kits successfully, gaining new knowledge and skills, being able to program them, and feeling the satisfaction of a job well done.
Thanks to this workshop, the Tinusaur Foundation, with the support of the Vivacom Regional Grant, was able to reach another small school and give students the opportunity to expand their creativity and develop skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.