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Genoa, 14 - 16 November 2016: Free workshops for Teachers on coding, educational robotics, innovation at school

Genoa, 14 - 16 November 2016: Free workshops for Teachers on coding, educational robotics, innovation at school

16/11/2016 - Courses for Teachers, Events

In the frame of the National Exhibit of Education Technology and ICT media, School of Robotics will offer many free workshops to Teachers. The subjects that will be discussed in these hands-on wp's will be educational robotics, 3D printing for educational aims, coding, and all the innovative educational tools. Read more

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Arduino, Autism, Design, Dissemination, Women&Technology, Il Mare in 3D, MIUR, Roboethics, Robot@scuola
Rimini, November 14th: School of Robotics' workshop on robotics for inclusion

Rimini, November 14th: School of Robotics' workshop on robotics for inclusion

11/11/2015 - Lectures

School of Robotics Emanueel Micheli is going to give a talk at the Erickson Conference on "The Quality of School inclusion". Micheli will present some case studies where the use of robotics kit and of the humanoid robot NAO have improved the learning abilities of SEN students. School of Robotics is working, as partner of the Europole, in the EDUROB project. Read more

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Autism, Design, Human Centered Robotic Design, Lego, Media Direct, NAO, European projects, Roboethics, Robot@scuola
23 September 2015, Pedagogic University Krakow. International Scientific Conference on Assistive technology to support human development

23 September 2015, Pedagogic University Krakow. International Scientific Conference on Assistive technology to support human development

17/09/2015 - Projects

The Edurob team with the help of the Pedagogic University Krakow have arranged a conference on "Assistive Technology to support Human Development". There will be a number of presentations from the EduRob team and the programme will be enhanced by external presentations from institutions around Europe and beyond. Read more

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Autism, European projects, Roboethics, Robot@scuola, Creative robotics, Schools at hospital
June 16th, Lucca - Final conference A possible curriculum of educational robotics: from Bee-bot to Arduino

June 16th, Lucca - Final conference A possible curriculum of educational robotics: from Bee-bot to Arduino

15/06/2015 - Courses for Teachers

On the 16th of June at the Primary School "Bertolucci Amalia Del Fiorentino" of Capannori will be the location for the final conference of the project Class 2.0. This will be held in order to meet the teachers who Participated in the project and who taught educational robotics throughout the year Read more

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Autism, Dissemination, Lego, Media Direct, Robot@scuola, Creative robotics, Scratch
September 23rd, 2014, "Educational Robotics for cognitive disabilities".

September 23rd, 2014, "Educational Robotics for cognitive disabilities".

23/09/2014 - Lectures, Projects

Special needs education is the practice of educating students with intellectual disabilities in a way that addresses their individual differences and needs. This process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures. Equipment and materials design adapt to help learners with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and the community. Read more

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Autism, Lego, NAO, PEC, European projects, Robot@scuola, Science&Society
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05/06/2014 - Projects

Educational robotics provides students with learning disabilities for cognitive learning environment that has the potential to successfully integrate concepts.Interactive, mobile robots can use as therapeutic devices for children who have difficulty in co-ordinated interactions with the environment and other people. Read more

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Arduino, Autism, Human Centered Robotic Design, Lego, NAO, PEC, European projects, Science&Society