Bahrain Education Ministry to introduce new textbooks on robotics

The books are part of the ongoing preparations for the new academic year

  

The Education Ministry will introduce new textbooks on robotics in the next school year.

These include Raspberry Pi and Digital Electronics for high school students, in addition to an introduction to robotics, robots, creative programming and digital electronics for intermediate students.

“The books are part of the ongoing preparations for the new academic year, in light of the exceptional circumstances created by the novel coronavirus,” said Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi.

Dr Al Nuaimi highlighted the ministry’s efforts to deliver educational services to the students, citing the uploading of 9,340 lessons on 14 YouTube channels, and the preparation of 8,016 digital lessons, including 3,352 televised lessons, 324 audio ones and 402 ones for special education.

He added that within the project to restructure the Education Ministry, a national framework for curricula that achieves national and global visions based on promoting Bahraini values and history has been prepared.

Two documents on literacy and numerical standards aimed at improving the students’ skills have also been prepared, which will reflect positively on the overall educational output, he said.

He pointed out that the ministry has developed a number of textbooks for primary, intermediate and secondary levels.

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