22 July 2016, Dublin, Ireland – Four of Ireland’s top young problem solvers are travelling this week to the International Linguistics Olympiad 2016 (IOL 2016) in a bid to win the title of the world’s best language decoder. The contest,
As part of the Irish nationwide Problem-Solving Initiative, the ADAPT Centre will run a family-friendly Problem-Solving Festival on Saturday, 5th August 2017 at Dublin Castle.
The festival day will include fun problem-solving games and activities for all the
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
Ireland’s top four secondary school Linguistic problem-solvers win the chance to represent their country at the International Linguistics Olympiad in India in July.
Four secondary school students from across the island of Ireland have been selected to test their language
AILO Final Tests Creative Problem Solving Skills of Secondary School Students
Dublin, 16th March 2016: The 8th annual All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) competition final was held at Trinity College Dublin yesterday (15th March 2016). 100 students from 51 schools