PITTSBURGH, May 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Robomatter announced that it will partner with Fundación Talento Matematico y Científico to bring its award winning, research-based, K-12 STEM curriculum to students in Spain and Portugal. As an exclusive partner, Fundación Talento Matematico y Cientifico will be bringing both Robomatter's Robotics TREC curriculum as well as the Computer Science IDEAS curriculum.
"We are proud to partner with Fundación Talento Matematico y Científico to bring Robomatter's research-based TREC and IDEAS curriculum to Spain and bring critical 21st century skills to thousands of students in the country," said Jose Perez, Managing Director, Partnerships at Robomatter, Inc.
Fundación Talento Matematico y Cientifico sponsors institutions such as The Computing Talent School. The school prepares students by promoting excellence in Computational Mathematics, Robotics, Software Engineering and Informatics Engineering.
"Fundación Talento Matematico y Cientifico sows seeds of talent, taking care of the future of science. The Foundation works with students, their families and school teachers to identify, participate and help the students reach their greatest potential," said Osvaldo Carrillo, Director at Fundación Talento Matematico y Cientifico.
For more information about Robomatter's STEM education solutions, visit www.robomatter.com.
Robomatter Incorporated is a technology and engineering curriculum solutions provider focused on bringing STEM experiences to students by leveraging the motivational effects of computer science and robotics. Robomatter's solutions include research-backed curricula, interactive technology tools, STEM teacher professional development programs, and certification programs through a partnership with Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Academy.
About The Computing Talent School & Fundación Talento Matematico y Cientifico
The Computing Talent School, sponsored by the Fundación Talento Matemático y Científico (Mathematic and Scientific Talent Foundation), prepares and promotes excellence in Computational Mathematics, Robotics, Software Engineering and Informatics Engineering. The objective of the school is to guide children precocious in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and/or those with a solid mathematical base, using integral experimental processes and methodology.
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