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ROBOGENIUS – ROBOtics Learning for empowering the new GENerations of EU Innovators

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Title: ROBOtics Learning for empowering the new GENerations of EU Innovators
Acronym: ROBOGENIUS
Reference number: 2018-1-FR01-KA201-047798
Project Start Date: 01 September 2018
Project End Date:  31 August 2020
Coordinator: Boreal Innovation, France
Partners:
Quarter Mediation, The Netherlands
Asociația de Studii Socio-Economice, Romania
Colegiul Național Frații Buzești, Romania
1 o Epaggelmatiko Lykeio Peramatos, Greece
Cookie Box, Spain

Objectives:

  • To explore the innovative approach of the learning pathways through interdisciplinary education and play, by using the new technologies and Lego education for interdisciplinary teaching by the development of robotics activities
  • To identify the main obtacles at European level through the implementation of the new approach to the different systems of education of the schools involved in the project
  • To generate inspiring results for the schools interested to include robotics and learning by play in their curriculum
  • To ensure a long-term sustainable impact to the partners involved in the consortium
  • To create a platform for an international forum of robotics

Outcomes:

  • ROBOGENIUS online platform
  • ROBOGENIUS training kit
  • ROBOGENIUS best practice guide
  • ROBOGENIUS contest methodology
  • ROBOGENIUS eBook “Learning by empowering the new generations of Innovators”

 

“Advanced technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are driving what some call the “fourth industrial revolution”. They have the potential to transform industries, raise productivity, efficiency and competitiveness – with a significant social and environmental impact.” EU Commission

“Science education should be an essential component of a learning continuum for all, from pre-school to active engaged citizenship.

Knowledge of and about science are integral to preparing our population to be actively engaged and responsible citizens, creative and innovative, able to work collaboratively and fully aware of and conversant with the complex challenges facing society. It helps us to explain and understand our world, to guide technological development and innovation and to forecast and plan for the future.”Commission, Science Education for Responsible Citizenship 2015

 

Further information about the project can be found on the project’s website: http://robogenius.mysch.gr

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission, Erasmus+ Programme 2014-2020, KA2 Strategic Partnership.

 

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