IO1 - Curriculum approaches to Educational Robotic and Programing according to national curricula for secondary education (ISCED 2-3) of Portugal, Poland, Turkey and Italy
This output presents an overview on the educational context and systems of the countries involved in the project and a more detailed focus on the approaches to Educational Robotic and Programing considering all subjects. It arises from the need to establish a framework that describes the current situation of ERP in the countries that are part of the consortium.
IO2 - Educational Robotic and Programming using learn scenarios for secondary education (ISCED 2-3) – eLearning Course
The e-learning course was based on the previous stages of the project, going through the design, development and implementation phases. The course was specifically designed to address the discipline of Educational Robotics and Programming within learning scenarios designed for secondary education. The course is built on a foundation rooted in contemporary and emerging learning theories, reflecting the latest educational trends. It explored the central themes of the project, including 3D modeling and printing, microcontrollers (Arduino) and sensors, and virtual reality, as ways to implement Educational Robotics and Programming in Learning Scenarios (ERP @ LC). To ensure that teachers could effectively understand the training content and implement the skills and competencies they acquired, the course offered practical tools, resources and comprehensive guidance. The adoption of teaching strategies based on ERP@LC had a direct and positive impact on students, enriching their learning experiences. The development of the course was the result of a collaborative effort involving organizations with diverse functions and expertise from four European countries.
IO3 - Educational Robotic and Programming using learning scenarios for secondary education (ISCED 2-3) – Best Practices
Best practice is defined as a method, technique or process that describes the most effective and efficient way to obtain the desired result. Through experience and research, best practices are shown to have a sustainable impact on the organization's performance and are transferable to various contexts. This output contains good practices that emerged from the results of the elearning course and that correspond to good, proven, effective and evidence-based examples of innovations in the application of ERP @ LC, achieved through creative thinking techniques. These were considered to be practices since they successfully achieved their goals, that have been applied by teachers, evaluated and that can be used or adapted for use by other teachers and or schools.
IO4 - Policy Recommendations - Curriculum approaches to Educational Robotic and Programing according to national curricula for secondary education (ISCED 2-3)
This Intellectual Output constitutes a document to make policy makers and other relevant stakeholders (Ministries of Education) aware of the relevance of ERP@LC in the curriculum. Is divided into 4, one for each country. At IO1, a study was carried out on the Curriculum approaches to Educational Robotic and Programing according to national curriculum for secondary education (ISCED 2-3) of Portugal, Poland, Turkey and Italy, where they were identified for each country. Crossing with IO3, the set of recommendations were presented to the Ministries of Education of each partner. The fifth part of this IO contains a set of more general recommendations that emerged from an in-depth analysis of the entire process. These recommendations were sent to the European Commission.