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Title: Integration of educational robotics with active didactic methodologies in primary school
Authors: Álamo, J.
Quevedo, E. 
Marqués, J. P.
UNESCO Clasification: 58 Pedagogía
530602 Innovación tecnológica
Keywords: Educational robotics
Active methodologies
Issue Date: 2019
Conference: VI Jornadas Iberoamericanas de Innovación Educativa en el Ámbito de las TIC y las TAC (InnoEducaTIC 2019) 
Abstract: Primary schools are increasingly considering educational robotics as well as active didactic methodologies such as cooperative learning, project-based learning or gamification. However, it is key to implement an appropriate roadmap in order to align these aspects with the educational curriculum, contemplating teachers’ motivation and training. In this sense, the objective is to make the most of didactic methodologies and information and communication technologies as robotics to consolidate emerging pedagogies in schools as a commitment to the future. In this paper, the strategy followed by Claret Las Palmas School to combine the usage of educational robotics together with active methodologies in primary schools is presented. This approach is beginning in the first two years of primary school in this 2019-2020 course. As a first step, the involved teachers have completed an initial survey in order to check their expectations in this initiative and how they see the integration of active didactic methodologies and the usage of educational robotics. The results of this survey show that teachers are concerned by lack of time or not knowing about robotics, but are motivated to include it in the curriculum aligned with methodologies and transversal competences.
ISBN: 978-84-09-14325-2
Source: VI Jornadas Iberoamericanas de Innovación Educativa en el Ámbito de las TIC y las TAC, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 14 y 15 de noviembre de 2019, p. 129-135
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