Five secondary students represented Ireland at the International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) in Prague from 26-30 July. Leo Doherty (Lumen Christi, Derry), Eimear Kyle (St Finian’s, Mullingar), Philip Krause (Ashton School, Cork), Lucy Dornan (St Andrews, Blackrock, Dublin) and Daniel Quigley
On Wednesday, 20th June, the ADAPT Centre hosted the first of the pilot workshops for Primary Schools. Fourth class students at St. Brigid’s GNS used their problem-solving skills to code Ozobot robots.
The students coded the small robot’s movements using
The preparations for the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad 2017 (AILO) picked up the pace in January this year with 17 problem-solving workshops held in schools and universities across the country reaching almost 480 students from across the island of Ireland.
ADAPT has announced the launch of a major new Problem-Solving Initiative (PSI) aimed at enhancing the problem-solving ability of Ireland’s youth and raising awareness of the importance of these skills for society, the economy and science. The initiative is funded under a Science