Implementation of robotics as a modern trend in STEM-education

Morze, Nataliia and Umryk, Mariia and Strutynska, Oksana (2019) Implementation of robotics as a modern trend in STEM-education International Journal of Research in E-learning, 5 (1). ISSN 2451-2583

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The article is devoted to the issues of implementation of STEM-education in the learning process of educational institutions. The authors analyze the development of STEM-education in Ukraine, determine the level of readiness of educators for understanding of the principles of STEM-education, substantiate the need in the introduction of robotics into the educational process as the modern and important trend in STEM education. The concept of educational robotics is analyzed. This makes possible identification of the technical inclinations of students (at an early stage) and development of these inclinations as well as formation of STEM competency in general. The study focuses on the interdisciplinary aspect of STEM education, in particular the implementation of interdisciplinary links between STEM subjects and robotics in the conduction process of research and training projects. The authors provide examples of the implementation of robotics in the educational process based on the use of project method. There is a description of the project for the creation of the Juno Rover robot based on the Arduino robotic platform and an example of the Poppy Project robotics project in school education that is implemented on an open platform with freely distributed materials for creating and using 3D printed robots. All this is for implementation of research projects on robotics in university education

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: robot, robotics, educational robotics, STEM, STEM education
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Erih Plus
Divisions: Це архівні підрозділи > Кафедра комп'ютерних наук і математики
Depositing User: Наталія Вікторівна Морзе
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2019 12:37
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2019 12:37

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