#Edulearn16
#CoCreaTIC
Presented by Margarida.ROMERO@fse.ulaval.ca
@MargaridaROMERO
Romero1
, Dupont2
1
Université Laval, ...
Educational Robotics (ER),
Educational Robotics (ER) is the educational use of robotic technologies
for supporting teachin...
Educational Robotics (ER),
● ER can be integrated in the classroom as knowledge modeling tools
(Jonassen, 2003) because th...
Learning processes in ER activities,
● In ER activities, the learner is engaged on the constructionism task of modeling
an...
ER, a privileged tool for the development of the 21st c. skills
● ER can support individual and collaborative
learning act...
#5c21: Five key skills for the
21st century
● Five key skills for the 21st
century life long learner:
○ Critical thinking
...
Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the
development of the 21st century skills (#5c21)
Critical thinking and ...
Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the
development of the 21st century skills (#5c21)
Collaboration and ER :...
Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the
development of the 21st century skills (#5c21)
Problem solving and ER...
Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the
development of the 21st century skills (#5c21)
Creativity and ER :
● ...
● Computational thinkingis defined as
○ a new literacy that uses the process of abstraction,
automation and problem solvin...
Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the
development of the 21st century skills (#5c21)
Computational thinking...
5 levels of learner engagement in ER activities
5 levels of learner engagement in ER activities
Creative programming with Scratch and #Vibot the robot
https://scratch.mit.edu/
Studio #Scratch de #Vibot: https://scratch...
eCreative activities guide
Guide d’usages pédagogiques des
technologies pour le développement
des compétences du 21e siècl...
#Edulearn16
#CoCreaTIC
Presented by Margarida.ROMERO@fse.ulaval.ca
@MargaridaROMERO
Romero1
, Dupont2
1
Université Laval, ...
LA ROBOTIQUE
PÉDAGOGIQUE DANS LES
ÉCOLES DE QUÉBEC
(Québec Numérique)
http://www.
quebecnumerique.
com/robotique-dans-les-...
From passive ICT usage to
participatory knowledge co-creation
Passive-participatory model (Romero, Laferrière, & Power, 20...
Educational Robotics (ER),
a privileged tool for the development of the
21st century skills
Educational Robotics (ER) is t...
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Romero, M., & Dupont, Y. (2016). Educational robotics: from procedural learning to co-creative project oriented challenges with LEGO WeDo. Presented at CIDUI.

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  1. 1. #Edulearn16 #CoCreaTIC Presented by Margarida.ROMERO@fse.ulaval.ca @MargaridaROMERO Romero1 , Dupont2 1 Université Laval, 2 Zone01. LEGO Educational robotics: from procedural learning to co-creative project oriented challenges with LEGO WeDo
  2. 2. Educational Robotics (ER), Educational Robotics (ER) is the educational use of robotic technologies for supporting teaching and learning process.
  3. 3. Educational Robotics (ER), ● ER can be integrated in the classroom as knowledge modeling tools (Jonassen, 2003) because they support the design of a model that could be tested in a physical environment. ● The pedagogical potential of educational robotics for knowledge modeling is based on the combination of constructivism (Piaget, 1974) and constructionism approaches (Alimisis, 2013; Kafai & Resnick, 1996; Papert, 1986) engaged in the modelling, programming and evaluation tasks in project-oriented robotics.
  4. 4. Learning processes in ER activities, ● In ER activities, the learner is engaged on the constructionism task of modeling and assembling construction bricks and robotic modular components (including sensors, motors, and batteries) and autonomous and programmable thinking bricks. ● This constructionism-oriented task is enhanced by the programming tools which could execute a program to control the physical robotic bricks acting as robotic actuators. ● Educational robotics permits to explore, design, model, program, construct and test unitary knowledge concepts (motion, force, traction…) but also more complex and realistic systems which requires to combine different concepts and methodologies from different disciplines (e.g. cooperative double-robot construction and programming for achieving a joint objective).
  5. 5. ER, a privileged tool for the development of the 21st c. skills ● ER can support individual and collaborative learning activities (Reverd, 2016) and be aligned with different curriculum objectives (Dupont, Sauvé and Touchette, 2010) and skills. ● ER is a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills
  6. 6. #5c21: Five key skills for the 21st century ● Five key skills for the 21st century life long learner: ○ Critical thinking ○ Collaboration ○ Creativity ○ Problem solving ○ Computational thinking Romero (2016). Design : Dumont
  7. 7. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills (#5c21) Critical thinking and ER : ● Understand and be critical towards existing technologies. ● Reflect on the ethical challenges of human-robot interactions.
  8. 8. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills (#5c21) 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.
  9. 9. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills (#5c21) 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.
  10. 10. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills (#5c21) 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).
  11. 11. ● Computational thinkingis defined as ○ a new literacy that uses the process of abstraction, automation and problem solving (Qin, 2009; Wing, 2006). ○ a way to develop new thinking strategies to analyze, identify and organize relatively complex and ill-defined tasks (Rourke & Sweller, 2009) ○ a set of "concepts and process which are explicitly related to computer science" (Tchounikine, 2016, p.2).​ ○ a “set of cognitive and metacognitive strategies linked to the knowledge and process modelling” such as the identification, decomposition and structural organisation of items into logical sequences, the capacity of abstraction, pattern identification and the understanding and creation of algorithms (Romero, 2016, p. 4)
  12. 12. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills (#5c21) 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.
  13. 13. 5 levels of learner engagement in ER activities
  14. 14. 5 levels of learner engagement in ER activities
  15. 15. Creative programming with Scratch and #Vibot the robot https://scratch.mit.edu/ Studio #Scratch de #Vibot: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/1999251/
  16. 16. eCreative activities guide Guide d’usages pédagogiques des technologies pour le développement des compétences du 21e siècle (in French, English translation available soon): http://lel.crires.ulaval. ca/oeuvre/guide-dactivites- technocreatives-pour-les-enfants-du- 21e-siecle
  17. 17. #Edulearn16 #CoCreaTIC Presented by Margarida.ROMERO@fse.ulaval.ca @MargaridaROMERO Romero1 , Dupont2 1 Université Laval, 2 Zone01. LEGP Educational robotics:from procedural learning to co- creative project oriented challenges with LEGO WeDo
  18. 18. LA ROBOTIQUE PÉDAGOGIQUE DANS LES ÉCOLES DE QUÉBEC (Québec Numérique) http://www. quebecnumerique. com/robotique-dans-les- ecoles-de-quebec/ An overview of ER in Québec (Canada)
  19. 19. From passive ICT usage to participatory knowledge co-creation Passive-participatory model (Romero, Laferrière, & Power, 2016).
  20. 20. Educational Robotics (ER), a privileged tool for the development of the 21st century skills Educational Robotics (ER) is the educational use of robotic technologies for the supporting teaching and learning process.

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