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#5c21 Educational robotics for sustaining the development of the 21st century skills

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Romero, M. (2016). Educational robotics for sustaining the development of the 21st century skills. Disponible sur https://margaridaromero.wordpress.com/

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#5c21 Educational robotics for sustaining the development of the 21st century skills

  1. 1. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills Critical thinking / Creativity / Collaboration / Problem Solving / Computational Thinking ©2016 Twitter @MargaridaROMERO Email: Margarida.Romero@fse.ulaval.ca Creativity and ER : ● Develop creativity in the design of the robot, its construction or its programming. ● Develop innovative and relevant new solutions to achieve a robotics challenge. ● Go beyond the passive consumption or interactive use of technologies and develop a creative approach to technology (e.g. creative programming). Problem solving and ER: ● Develop a positive attitude to problems as a source for learning and resilience development. ● Develop an iterative approach and build prototypes (design thinking) to solve a complex problem-solving situation. ● Develop the ability to analyze and break down the needs of a robotics challenge. ● Develop the ability to determine a solution to build, implement it and evaluate it. Collaboration and ER : ● Develop collaboration during robotics team challenges that require coordination of different members. ● Highlight and engage the diversity of skills and talents of the team members. ● Develop the learner's' engagement through cooperation and competition dynamics. Critical thinking and ER : ● Understand and be critical towards existing technologies. ● Reflect on the ethical challenges of human-robot interactions. Computational thinking and ER : ● Learning to program through visual programming interfaces (e.g. Scratch) supporting the understanding of computational processes and methods. ● Develop the capacity for abstraction, decomposition and structuring of data and processes necessary for programming the robot.

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