Robo-code

Difficulty level : Advanced
  • Level : From 10 to 19
  • Key competencies : Digital / Languages / Mathematical / science / technology and engineering / Personal / social and learning

    Subject areas : Cross Curricular / Design and Technology / Foreign Languages / Informatics / ICT / Mathematics / Geometry / Physics / Politics / Primary School Subjects
“Robo-Code” is a STEM project which focuses on engineering and computational science exploiting the flipped classroom methodology to improve the learners’ knowledge of technological products (Edison robot) and their understanding of the impact of science and engineering on today’s world through sharing knowledge (offline coding, computer programmable structures) and putting it to practice. “Robo-code” aims at making the most out of the Vocational School curriculum and familiarizing young pupils with robots and programming applications through hands-on activities. To achieve such a dual goal, Vocational School students teach Primary School students through blended learning in the form of visual material (online lectures on Edison robot, its structure & programming with EdScratch) which they prepare themselves. They contain guidelines and they post the material on the TwinSpace in modules along with project tasks for the primary school students to do onsite or online which are facilitated by the project teachers.

Flipped Classroom refers to a teaching approach in which traditional classroom and self-learning activities are reversed through the use of pre-recorded conferences or readings and guided activities.

Blended learning is an approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online with traditional onsite classroom teaching methods.

Introduction of partners

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Orientation

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Communication

Collaboration

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Evaluation & Assessment

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Follow-up

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