In the context of the RoboESL 2017 Conference in Genoa, Mr. Tassos Karabinis (56th junior high school of Athens) presented the activities performed in the school and shared his experiences and classroom episodes with the audience. His presentation is available here
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In the context of the RoboESL 2017 Conference in Genoa, Mr. Georgios Fragkakis (23rd junior high school of Athens) presented the activities performed in the school and shared his experiences and classroom episodes with the audience. His presentation is available here
Interviews with students from the 56th junior high school of Athens that participated in the 2nd implementation phase.
The students of the 23rd secondary school of students support the teaching practice and act as teacher assistants supporting younger students to understand the concepts underpinning the movement of the robot (peer learning).
The students of the 23rd secondary school of Athens (Greece) take the role of the teacher and explain the concepts underpinning the robotic constructions.
Announcement on eventbrite.it about the RoboESL workshop on educational robotics and school inclusion Find out more online
The students of the 23rd junior high school of Athens video capture the robot that operates as a sunflower (see the relevant project- curriculum 5 ) following the light! Mission accomplished…well done everyone! https://youtu.be/AfpZDH1S71w
This video has been prepared by the school team of the 56th secondary school of Athens demonstrating the team in action while working on the ROBOESL projects. Enjoy!
Erasmus+ project “Robotics-based learning interventions for preventing school failure and Early School Leaving” (ROBOESL), University of Latvia (UL) and Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) organised the ATEE Spring Conference 2017 which took place in Riga (Latvia) on May 12 – 13, 2017. The conference theme was “Innovations, technologies, and research in education”. Find out more: http://www.eduinf.lu.lv/pn The conference in pictures: ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]