1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Cazin
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Cazin will be held on Monday, 16 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Skokovi
77226 Cazin
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Mostar I
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Mostar will be held on Tuesday, 17 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
4th Elementary School Mostar
Salke Šestića 23
88000 Mostar
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Zenica
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Zenica will be held on Tuesday, 17 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
International Elementary School
Bilimisce
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Doboj
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Doboj will be held on Tuesday, 17 October 2017.


SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Osječani Gornji
74225 Doboj
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Stolac
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Stolac Crnici will be held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Crnici
88367 Stolac Crnici
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Sanski Most
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Sanski Most will be held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Kljucka
79260 Sanski Most
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Vlasenica
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Vlasenica will be held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Svetosavska 30
75440 Vlasenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Gorazde
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Gorazde will be held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.


SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Omladinska 1
73000 Gorazde
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Bijeljina
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Bijeljina will be held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Svetog Save 26
76300 Bijeljina
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Zavidovici
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Zavidovici will be held on Thursday, 19 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
1st Elementary School
Safveta Bega Basagica
72220 Zavidovici
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Mostar II
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Mostar will be held on Thursday, 19 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Kralja Tomislava 9
88000 Mostar
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Ilidza
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Ilidza will be held on Thursday, 19 October 2017.


SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Nasihe Kapidzic Hadzic
71210 Ilidza
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Sovici
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Sovici will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Sovici
88345 Sovici
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Tuzla
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Tuzla will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Bosne Srebrene 119
75000 Tuzla
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Tolisa
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Tolisa will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Vladimira Nazora 192
76272 Tolisa
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Kiseljak
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Kiseljak will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Bana Josipa Jelacica 11
71250 Kiseljak
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Domaljevac
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Domaljevac will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Posavskih branitelja 41
76233 Domaljevac
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Srebrenik
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Srebrenik will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Rapatnica
75350 Srebrenik
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Sarajevo
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Sarajevo will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Gorica 27
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Banovici
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Banovici will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Božićka Banovića 4
75290 Banovici
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Bihac
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Bihac will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Ešrefa Kovačevića
77000 Bihac
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Derventa
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Derventa will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Trg oslobodjenja 10
74 400 Derventa
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Istocno Novo Sarajevo
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Istocno Novo Sarajevo will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Karadjordjeva 1
71123 Istocno Novo Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Banja Luka
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.

SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Banja Luka will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

Target audience
It is a competition for elementary students through which they can gain knowledge of robotics, programming, and automation from the earliest age. By promoting these professions in Bosnia & Herzegovina, children will show greater motivation for teamwork and learning.
 
SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Branka Radičevića 16
78000 Banja Luka
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Novi Travnik
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Novi Travnik will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Ljudevita Gaja
72290 Novi Travnik
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League - Prijedor
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The main goal of this project is that the children from the earliest age acquire knowledge in the so-called STEM occupations, which is the acronym of the words science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By learning and playing at the same time, we want to motivate children to acquire knowledge in these occupations so they can have the opportunity to show it at the organized competitions within SPARKreators League.
SPARK school donated 698 mBot robots to primary schools and associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina through SPARKreators project. Extensive interest in this project was demonstrated by teachers who, after their education, prepared the students and transferred the acquired knowledge.

After the training and preparation of the students, the 1st Physical Round of SPARKreators League in regional center Prijedor will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017.

SPARK
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school
Rudnicka 13
79102 Prijedor
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
LEGO Robotics @ Academy387
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Course description:
On the workshop, the robots will be built according to the LEGO program, but there will be a possibility for children to build their own robot in their imagination by installing the engine, wheels and other elements. After each completed robot, children will perform measurements as real engineers - the speed of robot movement, lifting / lowering load times, etc. Through an interesting way of learning and playing children will have the opportunity to master the first steps of robotics, but also through interesting stories and presentations learn about windmills, cranes, engines, etc.


Expectations and Goals:
The aim of the course is to familiarize with LEGO robots through an easy way of making them from the elements, where the logic and will of the child come in. At the end of the course, everyone will be able to make robots by their imagination.

Target audience
The course is designed for children aged 7-10 years.
 
Academy387
Milica Vujadinovic
contact@academy387.com
 
Academy387
Milana Preloga 12
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Robotics and Arduino Workshop @ Vares
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The family home "Small School" is a community type of the host family for children and young people with the personal problems within their families who have a negative impact on their lives, growing up and their development. The small scool has existed since 2009 and is founded by School Franciscan sisters from BiH.
Main purpose is, therefore, to welcome the children and young people as they are, doing everything possible to make them feel at home, to accompany them through an individual project and in the process of personal development so that one day they can live as independent individuals able to cope with all challenges life place before them. But they will also adopt fundamental human and Christian values during their stay in our house.
Furthermore, the intention is to grow, develop, improve people's lives in a cultural and social context in which they live and enable them to strive for a common good.

On Sunday, 19.11., the Arduino and Robotics workshop will be held at the "Small School" in Vares.
We strongly believe that everyone deserves a chance to learn and we are willing to provide the access to latest technology to all our citizens.

List of projects we are going to build together with the children at the workshop:

1. Arduino Sonar/Radar project.

Description: Using "Processing" (https://processing.org/download/) to display distances read from moving sonar sensor, attached to the servo motor.

Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

2. Simple weather station with Arduino and BME280
Description: Reading temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure. Displaying data on display or PC monitor via "processing" (https://processing.org/download/)

3. Follow the line with mBot.
Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

4. mBot obstacle avoidance
Example: http://www.robotshop.com/letsmakerobots/obstacle-and-free-fall-avoidance-with-mbot-special-arduinoday-2016 & https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

IEEE
Aleksandar Mastlovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
The family home
Put mira
71330 Vares
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Let's talk robotics @ ICC Zenica
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For the first time, in Zenica, "Let's talk Robotics" workshop will be held as part of EU Robotics Week. The workshop will take place in ICC Center in Zenica. Impulse Creative Center (ICC) is coworking space and presents unique and innovative space equipped with advanced IT equipment (3D scanner, 3D printer, CNC machines). The workshop will consist of several tutorials for programming LEGO robots, mBot and Arduino. Everyone is welcome!


Target audience
Primary and secondary schools students together with everyone interested in programming, robots, engineering, and fun :)
 
Bosnia&Herzegovina Futures Foundation
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Impulse Creative Center
Zmaja od Bosne
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Let's talk robotics @ Kiseljak
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Elementary school „Kiseljak“ is located in the heart at Bosnia and Herzegovina in a small town Kiseljak. It is located in the northwest of Sarajevo. School started to work in 1890 and at that time there were about 150 students. Nowadays there are more than 500 students in our school. They attend school from the 1.st to the 9th grade. There are a lot of extracurricular activities in our school and students can choose and attend some of the activities during the school year.
There is Robotic activity in our school since last year. More than 30 students are included in this activity.
This activity runs IT teacher Valentina Vidović and our students have used mBot robots for SPARKreators competition. According to last results, both of our teams (young and older) were the best in our region.
Three of our students: Gabrijel, David and Sanor represented our school at the advanced robotic competition that was organized in Zagreb at the end of September this year. The team programmed the Abilix robot. It had to solve different tasks on the theme of revolution. There were 52 teams in the competition and our team won the 16th. Place. In the world of programming and robotics girls are not as represented as boys and for that reason, we have started this activity special for girls.

Target audience
The "Let's talk Robotics" workshop will be held for students from 1st to 9th grade. The workshop will cover mBot and Arduino programming.
 
Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Kiseljak
Bana Josipa Jelačića 11
71250 Kiseljak
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Arduino School @ SPARK School
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In cooperation with SPARK business park, association Hello World is branded as SPARK school.

The demand for programmers, designers and project managers is increasing day by day, so we decided to launch the school in which the young people will acquire specific knowledge of certain development technologies, such as programming, design, mobile app development, electronics and operating systems.
We want to motivate young people for a career in the sector of information technology, but also to give them the possibility for practice and professional development.

This time, students from Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences will hold a workshop for programming Arduinos for high school students. The workshop will be held in SPARK School Mostar vacancies.

SPARK School
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
SPARK School
Blajburških žrtava
88000 Mostar
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Open door days @ Elementary school Kiseljak
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To all students of our school, from 1st to 5th grade, members of the robotics section prepared interesting workshops and presentations using what we have in school and the knowledge they have gained so far.
After successful workshops and presentations at the central school, the realization of the project will continue in branch school Brnjaci.

Target audience
Students from 1st to 5th grade
 
Elementary School Kiseljak
Valentina Vidovic
valy.vidovic@aiesec.net
 
Elementary school Kiseljak
Bana Josipa Jelacica 11
71250 Kiseljak
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Robotics Day @ Nova Bila - Zenica
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Research has shown that autistic children are primarily attracted to technologically oriented platforms and show positive social habits when interacting with robots unless they are under pressure from their peers. Very fast development of technology, especially in the field of robotics, offers countless opportunities for innovations in dealing with people with autism.

Leading the hypothesis that autistic children have an intrinsic interest in technology, robots can be used for therapeutic purposes to trigger prosocial behavior. Robots can be programmed to respond to the behavior of children and provide an interesting visual display to encourage the desired and prosocial behavior of children. The aim is to use robots to teach a child some of the skills they would learn and imitate, and translate into interaction with people. A child can thus practice social behavior without the pressure of his peers and the environment. Research in this area is still limited and can be enhanced by the integration of well-known autism treatments such as the ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis).

Conventional therapy methods with proven efficacy often relate to a therapeutic report between a therapist and a child and often have problems with the generalization of learned behaviors outside the therapeutic framework. Robots in these sessions include elements that are genuinely interesting, appealing and encouraging to children. In addition, unlike a one-on-one session with a therapist, the introduction of robots as an intermediary in social skills learning can result in the alleviation of anxiety that some individual retreating people with autism felt and provide a less intrusive learning atmosphere.

Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Svijet u Slikama ( Nova Bila & Zenica)
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Arduino Workshop @ Zenica
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The Arduino is a cheap, flexible, open source microcontroller platform designed to make it easy for hobbyists to use electronics in homemade projects. With an almost unlimited range of input and output add-ons, sensors, indicators, displays, motors, and more, the Arduino offers you countless ways to create devices that interact with the world around you.

On the Arduino Workshop in primary school Mesa Selimovic Zenica, we'll learn how these add-ons work and how to integrate them into our own projects. We'll start off with an overview of the Arduino system but quickly move on to coverage of various electronic components and concepts.

Target audience
Age 11 - 14
 
Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Primary school Mesa Selimovic
Talica Brdo
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Robotics day @ QSI Sarajevo Vogosca
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QSI International School of Sarajevo is a private, non-profit institution that offers a high-quality education in the English language for elementary and secondary students.
QSI Sarajevo is situated in the village of Vogosca, about 15 minutes from downtown Sarajevo. The main building has classrooms for all elementary students, two computer labs, several MS/Secondary classrooms, a cafeteria, an art room, and a music room. Additional buildings include changing rooms for PE, a fitness room, secondary classrooms, a library, and a science lab.
Students also enjoy a large playground area, a basketball court, a mini soccer field, a greenhouse, a school garden, and a covered porch/sitting area.
On Tuesday, 21.11., we are organizing "Robotics day" workshop for our students. Through the game, problem and project approach our students will develop their competencies, programmer, cognitive logic, structure their brain and learn another language - the language of digital devices. We will begin by adopting the algorithm concepts, using visual environments for programming adapted to different ages and end up at higher levels of application development by direct code writing.

Through our robotic education, which is being conducted on LEGO WeDo 2.0, mBot and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotic development kits, our STEMs will also receive relevant knowledge of mechanics, electronics, and programming.

IEEE
Aleksandar Mastlovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
QSI International School of Sarajevo
Vogosca
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Learning with robots @ Istocna Ilidza
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Development agency of East Sarajevo (RAIS) has recognized the importance of STEM education in primary schools and bought several LEGO Education sets as a donation to elementary schools in their municipality.
As part of EU Robotics Week, on Wednesday, 22.11., we are organizing a robotics workshop for students and teachers in cooperation with eduLab organization from Belgrade, Serbia.
Through the game, problem and project approach our STEM students will develop their competencies, programmer, cognitive logic, structure their brain and learn another language - the language of digital devices. We will begin by adopting the algorithm concepts, using visual environments for programming adapted to different ages and end up at higher levels of application development by direct code writing.
Through the robotic education, students will also receive relevant knowledge of mechanics, electronics, and programming.

Target audience
Teachers and students
 
IEEE
Aleksandar Mastlovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
Elementary School Petar Petrovic Njegos
Banovic Strahinje 8
71123 Istocna Ilidza
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Let's learn robotics @ STEM academy
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Our children and young people within the academy learn about logic, research and reflection, programming, robotics, using text, picture, sound and video tools, using cloud technology, secure and responsible digital communication and collaboration, through standalone and teamwork. Our comprehensive STEM academy education program focuses on the development of the knowledge and competencies necessary for every individual in the digital age, introducing the participants to the world of their future.

The STEM Academy program is divided into 8 levels that follow the age of the student, taking into account the higher levels and their prediction. Each level successively develops knowledge and skills in the field of logical thinking/mathematics, programming/engineering, research/science, robotics, collaboration/communication/cloud technology, starting with knowledge gained at previous levels or gaining through other forms of formal or informal education.
 
Through the game, problem and project approach our STEM students will develop their competencies, programmer, cognitive logic, structure their brain and learn another language - the language of digital devices. We begin by adopting the algorithm concepts, using visual environments for programming adapted to different ages (Minecraft, Moana, ScratchJr, Scratch), and end up at higher levels with application development by direct code writing.
 
Through our robotic education, which is being conducted on LEGO WeDo 2.0, mBot and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotic development kits, our STEMs will also receive relevant knowledge of mechanics, electronics, and programming.

STEM akademija, eMPIRICA
Samra Mujacic
stem@empirica.ba
 
STEM akademija, eMPIRICA
Focanska 1
75000 Tuzla
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Let's learn robotics @ Klokotnica
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The National Elementary School in Klokotnica was opened in 1932, and the construction of a school building was financed from the state budget and the annexes of the locals. In the first grade pupils of different ages were enrolled, some with 14 to 15 years of age. Today, the number of enrolled students is 638 and the number of teachers is 47.

On Thursday, 23.11., as part of EU Robotics Week and together with teacher Irena Hukic, we are organizing a workshop for younger students at our school. Students from 8th grade and higher will be teachers for one day and show everything they know about mBot robots. We will show how mBot is following a line and avoid obstacles.

Target audience
Children 6-10
 
IEEE
Aleksandar Mastlovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
Elementary school Klokotnica
Klokotnica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Learning with robots @ Sokolac
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Development agency of East Sarajevo (RAIS) has recognized the importance of STEM education in primary schools and bought several LEGO Education sets as a donation to elementary schools in their municipality.
As part of EU Robotics Week, on Tuesday, 21.11., we are organizing a robotics workshop for students and teachers in cooperation with eduLab organization from Belgrade, Serbia.
Through the game, problem and project approach our STEM students will develop their competencies, programmer, cognitive logic, structure their brain and learn another language - the language of digital devices. We will begin by adopting the algorithm concepts, using visual environments for programming adapted to different ages and end up at higher levels of application development by direct code writing.
Through the robotic education, students will also receive relevant knowledge of mechanics, electronics, and programming.

IEEE
Aleksandar Mastlovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
Elementary school Sokolac
Omladinska bb
71350 Sokolac
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Dancing Robot @ Sanski Most
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Elementary school "Mahala", built in 1981, is the youngest elementary school in Sanski Most. Currently, almost 500 students are deployed in 19 classes. Beside the main building in Sanski Most, the school has a branch in a nearby village Caplje that has less than 1500 habitats.

Every year, elementary school "Mahala" is participating in SPARKreators league and it already founded a robotics section in their school. On Thursday, 23.11. students from Sanski Most will visit their friends in Caplje and be teachers for one day. They will show them everything they have learned during the competition and explain how to program a robot to dance, play music and interact with students.

Target audience
Students from 1st up to 5th grade (7 - 12 years).
 
Elementary School Mahala
Maja Hadziselimovic
hadziselimovicmaja@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Mahala
Hazimbegova
79260 Sanski Most
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Open Door Days @ Brnjaci (Kiseljak)
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To all elementary school students, members of the robotic section of elementary school Kiseljak prepared interesting workshops and presentations using the robots we have in school and the knowledge they have gained so far. We talked about how mBot robots are working and how to program Arduino.

Target audience
Elementary school students
 
Elementary School Kiseljak
Valentina Vidovic
valy.vidovic@aiesec.net
 
Elementary school Kiseljak - Brnjaci
Brnjaci
71250 Kiseljak
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
3D Print Robotics @ Networks.ba
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What do you get when you connect 3D printers, robots, and huge curiosity? A great event for our and your youngest! We invite elementary school students from 5 to 15 years to join us at the European Week of Robotics! For the first time, Networks and CGPdesign join the celebration of this significant date in order to popularize science and technology! Our common desire is to get through the game and informal access to awaken interest and love for technology from an early age.

Target audience
Students: 5 - 15 years
 
IEEE
Aleksandar Mastilovic
aleksandar.mastilovic@ieee.org
 
Networks
Skenderpasina 1
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
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