A cura di Scuola di Robotica

IoT in Education: We are the makers!

Project funded by: Erasmus+ KA2 Project – Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices, strategic partnerships for school education.

Project Number: 2017- VG-IN-BW-17-36-035615

Project duration: 36 months

Start date: 01/09/2017

End date: 31/08/2020

IoT in Education: We are the makers!

We Are the Makers is an Erasmus+ KA2 project whose leader is the Kepler High School in Weil der Stadt in Germany and of which the School of Robotics is a partner. The project is co-financed by the European Commission in the Erasmus Plus Programme (ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS (KEY ACTION 2), AGREEMENT NUMBER 2017- VG-IN-BW-17-36-035615). The project was born from the collaboration between the partners on the basis of the humanitarian activities of the e-nable association, which at international level produces 3D printed hands for children and young people affected by agenesis or, in this case, the total or partial lack of an upper limb. The project foresees that French, German, Roman, Danish and Italian students, followed by teachers, learn how to draw in 3D and make objects with almost professional characteristics, so that they can then make 3D hands for children followed by e-nable France. Scuola di Robotica has added an update, using Arduino to make 3D printed hands even more useful and interactive.

Website: http://wemakers.eu/

Project partners

E-Nable France
Johannes Kepler Gymnasium
Scuola di Robotica
Create it Real
Edumotiva
University Valahia Targovist

 

A cura di Scuola di Robotica

IoT in Education: We are the makers!

Project funded by: Erasmus+ KA2 Project – Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices, strategic partnerships for school education.

Project Number: 2017- VG-IN-BW-17-36-035615

Project duration: 36 months

Start date: 01/09/2017

End date: 31/08/2020

IoT in Education: We are the makers!

We Are the Makers is an Erasmus+ KA2 project whose leader is the Kepler High School in Weil der Stadt in Germany and of which the School of Robotics is a partner. The project is co-financed by the European Commission in the Erasmus Plus Programme (ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS (KEY ACTION 2), AGREEMENT NUMBER 2017- VG-IN-BW-17-36-035615). The project was born from the collaboration between the partners on the basis of the humanitarian activities of the e-nable association, which at international level produces 3D printed hands for children and young people affected by agenesis or, in this case, the total or partial lack of an upper limb. The project foresees that French, German, Roman, Danish and Italian students, followed by teachers, learn how to draw in 3D and make objects with almost professional characteristics, so that they can then make 3D hands for children followed by e-nable France. Scuola di Robotica has added an update, using Arduino to make 3D printed hands even more useful and interactive.

Website: http://wemakers.eu/

Project partners

E-Nable France
Johannes Kepler Gymnasium
Scuola di Robotica
Create it Real
Edumotiva
University Valahia Targovist