Robotic learning is essential if we want to deploy it in industry and in our societies. A project like this will help participants (students, parents or teachers) to understand and appreciate how robotics can be useful in their lives.
The use of robots at school will increase student motivation. They are scalable, innovative and creative educational tools that allow students to use digital technology as an enjoyable way to solve the problems they face. The multidisciplinary approach of robotics also makes the involvement and expression of all easier. Thus, students will be able to increase their knowledge and develop their curiosity as well as their communication skills. Students will also improve their science skills.
On February 17th, four of our 3ºESO students together with two teachers have spent a week of exchange in Ebes (Hungary). In this mobility, both students and teachers from 6 countries have held various workshops on robotics, assembling and programming the Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot as well as numerous recreational and cultural activities aimed at getting to know the culture of the rest of the participating countries, their customs, gastronomy, methods of working in institutes, etc.
Our students have also presented various functionalities related to the renewable energies programmed on the EV3 robot as well as various applications of robotics in the preservation of the environment.