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    Timelines Course Curriculum Publications ePublication Good Practice Project Partners Outcomes Contact Teachers Blog Robotics for Schools is a European Union Erasmus project which helps bridge the gap between learners teachers and curriculum planners in Robotics education Curriculum developments Lesson plans

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/ (2016-04-30)
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  • RoboQuests
    when no one is using it At Home The Environment Read More Making Connections GAME In this Roboquest you will learn how to make a simple switch how to send a signal to a computer and some simple SCRATCH programming At Home Read More Can your robot lift the dangerous liquid Design and make a robot hand that can pick up and move the dangerous liquid At Work Helping People The Environment Read More Smart home Introduction to Smart Home concept saving energy and adjusting lights according to actual needs At Home Read More Can Traffic Accidents be Eliminated by Robots This Roboquest leads to a decision making activity related to ways to decrease traffic accidents using Robotics Robotics in this activity lego mindstorms NXT 2 0 is used The main science background presents the reflection of the light to grades 6 and 7 The activity includes the construction of robots which The Environment Read More Delivery Robot Introduction to Automated Delivery robots saving on delivery cost and time with mobile robot platform Helping People Read More Smart Greenhouse Introduction to Smart Greenhouse concept automatic system to grow plants more effectively The Environment Read More How to make robot move Part 1 This task will teach you how to determine a moving command line for robots This task is designed to be conducted without any technologial devices or prior knowledge about coding At Leisure At Work Read More How to make robot move Part 2 In this Roboquest you don t need any robots teacher and students can learn unplugged how to give precise commands for robots This activity combines learning by doing and collaborative activity Can you get a sandwich done by robot This task is recommended to be done after How to make robot At Home At Leisure

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  • Resources
    Teachers Blog Home RoboQuests Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Resources Timelines Course Curriculum Publications ePublication Good Practice Project Partners Outcomes Contact Teachers Blog Choose Level Level 1 Level 2

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  • Project
    the application of Robotics from across northern Europe Outcomes Training courses A training course will be piloted in each partner country The course will focus on how robotics in schools can be implemented in education from Primary to Upper secondary level E learning modules An e learning course on Robotics in Teaching and Training will incorporate the project s resources giving the skills and competence needed to produce and use robotics in schools Lesson plans A series of lesson plans to provide teachers with examples and ideas on how to integrate Robotics into their classroom activities These lesson plans will be downloadable will be available in different languages Policy documents Publications on the requirements at local regional school authorities and teacher training institutions for using robotics in education Plus research on turning good practices into successful pedagogies and using robotics as part of a blended learning approach for training Outreach seminars National seminars and other events will be held in each partner country run by experts trained in the Robotics for Schools material Curriculum Development This e publication will contain an awareness of different types of methodologies including practical guidance on creating a range of activities and methods and ideas for implementing Robotics in Schools in a teaching or training situation 1 Project Partners NPO Robootika NPO Robootika is responsible for educational robotics in Estonia Our goal is to introduce kids to technology offer them the opportunity to create design test and play with it starting in kindergarten We don t see technology as an object It is rather a tool to inspire kids and develop problem solving programming and inquiry skills University of Turku The University of Turku Finland s second largest university is an internationally competitive research led university whose operation is based on high level multidisciplinary research

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/project (2016-04-30)
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  • Contact
    ePublication Good Practice Project Partners Outcomes Contact Teachers Blog Use the form below to be updated on the project Or you can follow us on social media using the logos at the top of page Name Email Organisation Message Are

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  • Teachers
    have an account Don t have an Account Teachers can register for free access to Robotics Lesson Planning Additional documents video and links for each RoboQuest Coding solutions Equipment suggestions Activity and Lesson Plans Click Don t have an Account type the passphrase then submit your registrations details Click the link in the confirmation email you receive then log in When logged in you will see an extra section at

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  • Blog
    to core values by helping other teams to fix their robots or clean robot competition tables between sessions The winning team named Triblox will represent Estonia in the FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship competition in Tenerife Spain During the event NPO Robootika introduced Robotics for Schools project to the Estonian and international teachers and students It was a great competition and it was a lot of fun Look out for our next blog post where partner Engelbrektsskolan from Sweden will describe their experience in the FIRST LEGO League final Resources for teachers and pupils coming soon The aim of the Robotics for Schools project is to help bridge the gap between learners teachers and curriculum planners in Robotics education We are producing a series of resources which will be available to all schools teachers and pupils soon They include publications on how to implement robotics education in schools descriptions of tools and equipment available and good practice examples from around Europe We are also producing a series of RoboQuests and supporting material These are problem based challenges for teachers to use directly with pupils and are offered at different skill and experience levels Each RoboQuest will provide a task the process to go through to achieve the task and a variety of web based supporting material to help complete the RoboQuest Teachers will be able to login to get further information on the different robotics platforms or other equipment could be used by the pupils Each RoboQuest has a series of learning outcomes and are linked to 5 themes At Home At Leisure At Work Helping People and The Environment Use the Contact page to send us your details so we can update you when they are available RFS team visit Intelligent Robotics Lab The Robotics for Schools project

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  • Level 1
    to make robot move Part 1 This task will teach you how to determine a moving command line for robots This task is designed to be conducted without any technologial devices or prior knowledge about coding At Leisure At Work Read More How to make robot move Part 2 In this Roboquest you don t need any robots teacher and students can learn unplugged how to give precise commands for

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