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The ROBOESL international conference on November 25 in Greece

The ROBOESL international conference on November 25 in Greece

24/11/2016 - News, Projects

The ROBOESL international conference “Robotics-based learning interventions for preventing school failure and early school leaving ” is organised by Edumotiva (European Lab for Educational Technology). The conference explores the role of technology and educational robotics in particular as means for preventing early school leaving and school failure. It also emphasizes learning interventions and activities that support and enhance students’ creativity, challenge their imagination, provide links to real life and engage them in playful learning. Read more

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European projects, Robot@scuola, euRoboticsWeek
19 - 27 of November 2016:  6th edition of European Robotics Week

19 - 27 of November 2016: 6th edition of European Robotics Week

17/11/2016 - News, Projects

Why Robots? Simply because Robots occupy the minds of everyone. Tens of thousands of school children in Europe, who may have no interest in technical subjects, change their mind as a result of these essential interactions. The interaction with robots complements the overall teaching experience and helps to motivate young people of any age to learn not only the basics of STEM, but also to direct them on to an independent exploratory, self-motivated learning path. Read more

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Roboethics, Robot@scuola, Science&Society, euRoboticsWeek
NAO Challenge Italia. Enrolment Open!

NAO Challenge Italia. Enrolment Open!

09/01/2016 - News

The enrollment for the 2015 - 2016 edition of NAO Challenge Italia is open! NAO Challenge Italia is co - organized by Scuola di Robotica (NAO Challenge Ambassador for Italy), by Fondazione Golinelli, and CampuStore. The Final Contest will take place in Bologna, at Opificio Golinelli, on May 7th 2016. Check how to enroll to NAO Challenge Italia website: nao.scuoladirobotica.it Read more

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NAO, Robot@scuola, euRoboticsWeek
Genoa, December 2015: Genoa MadLab improves its offer in ollaboration with the School of Robotics

Genoa, December 2015: Genoa MadLab improves its offer in ollaboration with the School of Robotics

24/11/2015 - Projects

MadLab Genoa is a rich, funny, and a very useful enterprise located, as it is, in a difficult neighborhood. In fact, the center of Genoa is the widest medieval borough of all Europe, and it is almost intact. But, precisely these interesting characteristic make Genoa "caruggi" (a maze of backstreets and alleyways) an underdeveloped area. The Genoa Municipality s just trying to intervene, supporting young people business enterprise downtown. MadLab is one of them, opened up thanks to a consortium comprised of the same Municipality, Festival della Scirenza, Cooperativa Il Laboratorio, and the School of Robotics. The main aim is to teach about 3D printing. This project is co-financed by Compagnia di San Paolo. Read more

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3D Print, euRoboticsWeek, madlab
European Robotics Week 2015 (ERW2015), 23-29 November 2015 Communication Centre: Bristol, UK

European Robotics Week 2015 (ERW2015), 23-29 November 2015 Communication Centre: Bristol, UK

11/11/2015 - News

The European Robotics Week offers one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas. The Week aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM-related fields, i.e. science, technology, engineering and math. In 2015, we expect over 500 robotics events to take place in European and associate countries. Read more

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Roboethics, Robot@scuola, Science&Society, euRoboticsWeek
Genova, Savona: New robotics classes for students of the School of Building

Genova, Savona: New robotics classes for students of the School of Building

11/11/2015 - Courses for Teachers, Classes for Students

The School of Robotics and the Scuola Edile (School of Building of Genoa and Savona) have agreed to start a project of some hours of classes of robotics for teachers and students of the School of Building. Participants are going to work on some robotics kit (Lego EV3 and BYOR) to test and improve STEM concepts and logical reasoning. Read more

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Robot@scuola, euRoboticsWeek