Wednesday, December 23, 2015

21st Century Real World Robotics: Middle School Robotics Integration Across the Curriculum

The following article was published in NYSUT's journal
EDUCATOR's VOICE
(VOLUME VIII - PAGE 40+)
"Educator's Voice is NYSUT's journal of best practices in education - a series dedicated to highlighting research-based classroom and school/district-wide strategies that make a difference in student achievement."

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Robotics problem challenges are readily applicable to today’s world. For example, robots are being used to search for missing planes and to destroy hidden mines. Students experience real-world seamless science, engineering, and cross-discipline problem-solving as they program the robots. Teachers collaborating from more than one content area to seamlessly model that in their instruction validate the cross discipline 21st century learning opportunities for robotics, which Gura stressed should be part of regular school day interdisciplinary learning (2012)... "
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www.nysut.org/resources/all-listing/2015/may/educators-voice-viii   

1 Comments:

At 12:17 AM, Blogger Ramadhan Sutejo said...

good article, thanks...

 

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