Robots at school – ideas for pan-European citizen science projects
Public participation in science has seen an increase with interested volunteers, amateur scientists, students, and educators promoting new ways to advance our understanding of the world. Among these, robots generate immediate interest and captivate the audience, which make them promising tools for introducing students to STEM skills and careers.
This session is to present:
Ideas and concrete examples of pan-European robotics projects with an impact on culture, ecology, history, and economy, designed to make STEM education attractive
How schools, youth clubs, science and nature museums, boy scouts and girl scouts, culture groups, can be part of robotics-related citizen science projects
Robotics education projects that can contribute to raising awareness, building capacity, and strengthening disadvantaged communities or groups
Students’ opinions about robots used in the classroom as a tool to expand their knowledge of STEM careers opportunities.
The workshop aims to explore successful robotics education initiatives that could be implemented at pan-European level in order to better prepare our students for future jobs and professions.
Organisation - euRobotics
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