Instead of the original three teams, five teams can go to Greece to participate in the World Championships.
In the national finals of the FIRST LEGO League Robotics Competition, teams from Sóskút, Tata and Győr stood on the podium. Seeing the results of the Hungarian students, the organizers of the international competition invited two more places-one from Budapest and one from Debrecen-to participate in the next competition, the world competition in Greece. The Telenor HiperSuli “Breakthrough” award was awarded to the students of Budapest, Budapest’s first national elementary school for German teaching.
This year, FIRST LEGO League, one of the world’s largest robot construction communities, and the world-renowned building toy manufacturer LEGO’s long-term event FIRST LEGO League held a tour in China for the first time. In an independent Hungarian organization. More than 90 participating teams competed in five rounds of regional qualifiers, and then six teams and three teams from Budapest tested their knowledge and creativity in the capital national finals.
A team of most girls from Andreetti Károly Elementary School in Storms Sóskút had previously won the Győr regional finals and won first place in the FIRST LEGO League’s first nationally organized robot construction national competition. They also won special awards for “Best Robot Construction” and “Best Robot Competition”. Second place is RoboGo 5vos from Eötvös József High School and College in Tata-winner of the special award “Best Fundamental Values (Team Spirit)”-the Mobile Bits MRGT team of Győr Mobile Interactive Exhibition Center won the third place.
The “Telenor HiperSuli Breakthrough” award was awarded to students of the Blockers’ Budapest team, the first Óbuda German-teaching ethnic elementary school Ferenc Rákóczi Elementary School), and the winner of the “Emerging” award was Izidumbu (Alternative High School Economics, Budapest). The jury awarded the “Best Coach” lifetime achievement award to Illés Kökényesi.
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On the podium are the famous teams Eszter Wilson (14) and Eliza (12), representing the two families, as well as Levi Molnár (9), Verus (11), Bogi (13) and Csabi (15). The winner started in the FIRST LEGO League for the first time, but had previously successfully participated in a number of domestic and foreign robot construction competitions. Their performance in the national finals was fairly balanced, winning the top three in each scoring category (robot competition, default value, innovation, robot design).
When we became the first place in the regional competition, we were very happy, but our project won the first place in the national finals. We were very surprised because it was the first time we participated in the competition.
The storm members said. “Our team has worked very well. Some people have added their own projects to innovative projects, some have programmed robots, or invented the opening and closing structure of our model. The feedback we received during the competition was also encouraging. We Looking forward to the arrival of the World Finals. “The good results also confirm the determination of Csabi and Verus to work in the field of robotics over time, but Eliza is preparing to become a doctor-despite the fact that over time, automation and remote Medical care will play an increasing role.
The next stop is the World Championships in Greece
Although only the top three can advance to the international finals, due to the organizers of the FIRST LEGO League, Hungary can send two more teams to the finals in Greece. Therefore, the fourth place winner, Izidumbu Alternative Economic High School, and the Agora Robotics competitors of the Agora Science Experience Center ranked fifth are also represented.
“All the teams have performed well in the most colorful FIRST LEGO tournament in Hungary to date. Special thanks to the preparatory teachers who also have the time and energy to support students’ preparations during this difficult school year. The judges should also be recognized by all. , Without their volunteer work, no rounds would be possible. Robotics enriches students’ knowledge and experience, and can complement “traditional” subjects well. We are very pleased that the HiperSuli program has been expanded this year to include robotics and algorithms Thinking, and interesting project-based teaching methods,” said Balázs Koren, a mathematics teacher and digital education expert, Telenor’s HiperSuli professional leader. program.
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