The Science Centre, in collaboration with the Directorate of Teaching and Assessment organised the second edition of the debate about Technology in youths’ everyday life. The aim of this activity is to invite students to become actively critical and learn how to debate. Schools were asked to choose a Year 8 student.
Our school was represented by Luke Camilleri who was well prepared on the subject and participated actively in this debate.
We would like to thank him for accepting to take part in this initiative.
He wrote: I must say, the STEM Debate was quite an experience. I thought it was going to be held in a larger room, but the small, yet cosy and modern classroom was enough for debaters and visitors alike. I was a bit nervous, but I think it has helped boost my confidence. Either way, prize or not, I enjoyed every second of it and should another debate come to chance, I would happily do it all over again.