Students’ engagement through computational thinking and robotics
Conference : Digital Presentation and preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage 8th Edition Vol.8 , pages: 213-219 - Institute of Mathematics and Informatics - BAS
Nowadays, school systems are underlining the relevance of “computational thinking” and educational robotics not only in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, but also in other humanistic disciplines as reinforcement of student creativity and problem-solving capacity.
This paper presents an example of educational robotics tool produced by EU-Track researchers and used to engage students in their learning process through the manipulation and construction of artefacts.
Keywords: Robotics, Technology-enhanced learning, Inquiry-based learning, Learning by doing.