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Collaborative work in the ESTEAM classroom.

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The question that we often ask ourselves as ESTEAM teachers is how important is the collaborative work for the learning effectiveness. The first consideration we need to keep in mind is that working in group improves the students’ engagement and participation, mainly due to their active role played in the lessons. Students are longer required to be silent spectators, on the contrary they are encourage to actively participate in classroom. Confucius said: “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand” and this is probably the slogan that most summarizes the importance of the active learning methodology.
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Early photographer Charles Nègre (1820–1880) is a classic example of the combination of art and science in one creative personality. Having studied painting in Paris and exhibited his work for nearly two decades, he was “struck with astonishment” when he first saw daguerrotypes and immediately began experimenting with the chemistry behind photography, the physics and mathematics of optics, and the engineering principles of both camera design and the architecture he photographed. Also an avid writer, in 1851 he eloquently summed up the notion of STEAM.

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This guide is focus on using robots like an innovative tool to enhance students’ motivation towards the study of ESTEAM subjects, improve their basic and transversal skills, art design and promote gender equality. The guide contain: A Robotics Multidisciplinary Educational Framework involving the robotic systems, based on the several steps.
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Upcoming events + Teachers training sessions + Workshops for students + Creation of a guide for exploration of STEM topics + Training mobilities for students + National robotics competition + International robotics competition


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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The "Skills RObots BOost" project is funded by the European Commission under ERASMUS+
Action: KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices.
The project's contractor is IES Lluis Simarro.

Project start date: 01-09-2017
Project end date: 31-08-2019

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