The École branchée read with interest the recent post by Margarida Romero on the Contact blogs of Université Laval and wanted to share it with its readers.
You are no doubt already familiar with Margarida Romero and her research activities aimed at engaging learners and developing critical and responsible thinking in relation to technologies.
In a post titled " Educational robotics for better learning », The professor in the Department of Studies on Teaching and Learning introduces the various applications of educational robotics and explains how this tool allows students to engage in their learning.
It also presents an experience lived with colleagues from France, Martinique and Mexico: the R2T2 Meteor mission. This creative technological challenge of educational robotics gave rise to a real-time collaboration between students located on three different continents.
For Margarida Romero, there is no doubt that educational robotics is one of these “participatory technocreative activities” through which students can develop “skills well suited to the 21st century”.
You can read his post here.
SOURCE Laval University Contact Blogs