Robotics for Technological Institute Curriculum
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This workshop carried out by an experienced teacher of Technological School "I. Calvino" of Genoa outlines - from her experience and with practical examples - the benefits of having introduce Robotics as subject in the educational programs.

Target audience
Teachers
 
Calvino Technological School, Ministry of Education
Prof. Gloria Drei
drei@calvino.ge.it
+39 010 6508778
 
Fiorella Operto
C.so Martinetti 39
16100 Genova
Italy
 
Lab for teachers with Cubetto
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A lab based on Cubetto, the smart toys developed to introduce programming in early childhood.
Cubetto, it is the first step in the discovery of programming. It's a smiling programmable wooden robot through a tangible programming language that does not use screens, and letters. Playing with Cubetto children can learn the basics of programming and computational thinking before you even know how to read or write.

Computer programs are not simply the language that is used to tell the gadgets and digital devices around us what to do. Someone, somewhere has started defining a sequence of logical steps that determine their behavior.
Thinking about the world around us in the same way that we teach children to think in the world Cubetto, enables to understand what and 'the code to use with machines. Gives us the confidence to try, break the rules, and shaping our environment playing.

Target audience
kindergarden and primary school teachers
 
CampuStore
Lisa Lanzarini
l.lanzarini@mediadirect.it
 
ABCD Genova
Piazzale Kennedy 1
16129 Genova
Italy
 
Jugamos con nuestros robots
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Alumnado ed infantil 5 años juega y cuenta a sus compañeros cómo es su robot y cómo lo han realizado.

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El alumnado de ed. infantil 5 años
 
CEIP NTRA SRA DE LA FUENCISLA
 
CEIP NTRA SRA DE LA FUENCISLA
C/ Tomelloso 39
28026 Madrid
Spain
 
RoboESL for preventing Early School Leaving
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A workshop for teachers and parents devoted to present the results of one year of activity of RoboeESL European Project (Erasmus +).
Why RoboESL? Recent studies show that school failure may lead to school disengagement and early school leaving. The problem of school failure and early school leaving (ESL) challenges European educational systems as well as European economies. Many students who fail in school or are at risk of early school describe the school curriculum and the existing teaching practices as discouraging factors towards staying at school. These students often claim they are rarely offered with opportunities to develop their creativity, to work on hands-on activities and to learn practical skills useful in their life.

During last decade studies assure that educational robotics (ER) can provide learning experiences that promote children’s creative thinking, collaborative spirit, and problem solving skills – the essential skills necessary in the workplace of the 21st century. Educational Robotics is a modern learning practice that draws upon the conception of Constructivism (Piaget) and Constructionism (Papert) and project-based learning. ER emerges as a unique tool that creates an attractive learning environment that engages students in hands-on and enjoyable learning activities.
RoboESL uses ER to motivate students at risk of school failure and disengagement towards staying at school and improving their performance.

Target audience
Teachers, Headmasters, parents
 
LiceoFermi, Genova - Fermi High School, Genova
MIchele Lattaruolo
dirigente@fermi.gov.it
+ 39 010.6459928
 
ABCD - Exhibit of Educational Technology, Genova
Porto Antico, Old Port, Magazzini del Cotone
16121 Genova
Italy
 
How to set up a vertical curriculum that imply robotics education
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For several years the educational robotics has become part of the teaching methods that can support learning and encourage the development of multiple skills. A growing number of schools are using educational robotics and computational thinking, but the biggest challenge for teachers is to design the use of robots within the school curriculum. Blue-Bot, Dash & Dot, LEGO Education WeDo and LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 will be the mediators useful to talk about learning objectives, targets and categories of skills and provide insights to design and manage scenarios using computational and educational robotics thought as useful tools to foster the inclusion, interest in STEM subjects and the development of skills in the vertical curriculum from kindergarten to secondary school.

CampuStore
Lisa Lanzarini
l.lanzarini@mediadirect.it
 
ABCD Genova
Piazzale Kennedy 1
16129 Genova
Italy
 
STEAM with littleBits: understand reality and make new realities
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With this workshop we will discover the easiest way to integrate the lessons of the concepts STEAM (Science, Technology, Design, Art, Mathematics) through Electronics.

Target audience
primary school teachers
 
CampuStore
Lisa Lanzarini
l.lanzarini@mediadirect.it
 
ABCD Genova
Piazzale Kennedy 1
16129 Genova
Italy
 
Educational Robotics to prevent Early Leaving School - RoboESL European Project
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Early leaving school is a dramatic phenomenon in Italy, and also in many other European Nations. School of Robotics, in collaboration with other European partners of the RoboESL European Erasmus + project, proposes Learning Scenarios using robots to promote educational activities designed to support students with low school performance.

Target audience
Teachers k 12
 
School of Robotics
Emanuele Micheli
info@scuoladirobotica.it
+39 348 09 61 616
 
ABCD Genova, National Exhibit of Educational Technology ancd Tools, Magazzini del Cotone
Porto Antico, Genova
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Discourse on Robotics at ABCD, Genova
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Following the government Decre "La Buona Scuola" (The Good School) where educational robotis is explicitely indicated as one of the educational technologies to be adopted to support STEM learning, the Ministry of Education, Research and University of Italy (MIUR) has organized various workshop in the frame of ABCD Genova, National Exhibit of Educational Technology ancd Tools, (Genova, 14 - 16 November 2016). This wp by headmaster prof. Clavarino deals with the need to introduce educational robotics from kindergarten to high school.

Target audience
Teachers and students from middle to high school
 
Ministry of Education, Research and University of Italy (MIUR)
Prof. Alessandro Clavarino, IPSEOA “Marco Polo” di Genova
gerh01000g@istruzione.it
 
ABCD Genova, National Exhibit of Educational Technology ancd Tools, Magazzini del Cotone
Old Port Magazzini del Cotone
16100 Genova
Italy
 
How to become a robotics engineer
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Educational reach out that develops the project already carried out in the same school on educational robotics (Robot@EXPO) on tha past school year. In this project students wil be using Scratch and robotics kits. School involved, from kindergartne to elementary schools.
School involved:
Ottavo circolo di Piacenza
· Scuola Primaria, n.ro 12 classi,
· Scuola dell’Infanzia n.ro 4 sezioni,
Istituto Comprensivo di Rivergaro (PC)
In collaboration with Liceo delle Scienze Umane Colombini




Target audience
Teachers and students
 
Scuola Primaria Don Minzoni – VIII Circolo Didattico
Sandra Meloni
pcee00800q@istruzione.it
+ 39 0523/455317
 
Scuola Primaria Don Minzoni – VIII Circolo Didattico
via Don Minzoni 39
29122 Piacenza
Italy
 
I am a Digital Support Teacher :-)
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Teachers Simonetta Bettinotti, l’I.C. 3 La Spezia, and Silvia Gennario, l’I.C. Savona 3 will be presenting the methodology and activities of the Digital Support teacher.
Following the government Decre "La Buona Scuola" (The Good School) where educational robotis is explicitely indicated as one of the educational technologies to be adopted to support STEM learning, the Ministry of Education, Research and University of Italy (MIUR) has organized various workshop in the frame of ABCD Genova, National Exhibit of Educational Technology ancd Tools, (Genova, 14 - 16 November 2016).


Target audience
Teachers and students from middle to high school

 
Ministry of Education, Research and University of Italy (MIUR), ISA 3 Savona
Simonetta Bettinotti (IS La Spezia), Silvia Gennario, l’I.C. Savona 3
spic82000d@istruzione.it
Via Machiavelli, 4 – 17100 SAVONA C.F. 92099060094 Tel. 019-800574 – Fax 019-83105082 E-mail: E-mail pec:
 
ABCD Genova, National Exhibit of Educational Technology ancd Tools, Magazzini del Cotone, IC Savona 3
Old Port Magazzini del Cotone
16100 Genova
Italy
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