Mazara del Vallo, 6-14 Aprile 2019

This last mobility represented an important opportunity for the students involved in the project ROBO, to evaluate the project and see how their work measured up to their expectations. In particular, during the eight days event, a series of workshops, presentations, open discussions were performed involving all students present. All of them had the possibility to present their Arduino project and give proof of the competences reached. Beyond workshops and exhibition, during the mobility there were several occasions for sharing ideas and opinions on following issues of our project.

 

The coordinator (c) and our partner institutions (p) were represented by:

  • Filippa Alcamesi (c)
  • Salvatore Marrone (c)
  • Adela Catecanescu (p)
  • Bîrlă Florin Constantin (p)
  • Tsvetlina Miteva (p)
  • Polya Minkova (p)
  • Piotr Pawlak (p)
  • Marek Belotti (p)

Objectives: 

  • Students have achieved a better performance.
  • School and general public have been aware of the potential of educational robotics for young generations as a learning tool/approach.

Students tested their projects (code-robots-textual communication-presentations) and filled in a Reflection Sheet. An exhibition was organized for this Meeting and the results were shown during a final party with families.

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Students' Mobilities to Gorzyce (Poland)

The third Learning/teaching/training activity of our project ROBO (Remain On BOard). Learning Journeys in Educational Robotics has successfully taken place in Gorzyce, Poland. Ten visiting students and five teachers from the  Romanian and Bulgarian partner schools participated in activities provided by Bulgarian partner from 3rd to 9th February 2019. The Italian coordinator will reach the Polish partner from 17th to 22nd March, in order to share experiences, opionions, ideas on the forthcoming closing activity.

Students and teachers have developed additional skills and experienced new methodologies especially during the proposed activities. During this peer reviewing activity, students have experienced the idea of European citizenship working in an international environment and have trained their entrepreneurship, ICT, robotics skills, language and teaching skills.

Our project is very much on target. All the initial project activities have been carried out and all initial objectives have been reached.

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