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Programmable robots for education | STEM | EdTech
Robotics is highly stimulating for the younger students, allowing them to grow important soft skills such as problem solving, creativity, team spirit. In higher education, robotics allows student to work with real hardware in order to be prepared for the challenges of the real physical work.
Educational robots, as well as electronic kits, are interesting teaching tools that will help going through many topics while keeping students engaged. Since 2016, computer coding has been part of the French school curriculum, with an introduction to robotics as early as cycle 1 (spatial awareness, logical thinking, etc).
There are educational robots suitable for all levels and age groups. Use the filters (age, programming language) on this page to find the robot best suited to your group of students.
Learning computer programming often go along growing other skills such as logical thinking, problem solving through tests, modifications and optimization, problem modeling, etc.
Using educational robots to learn algorithms (instead of only a computer) gives students the opportunity develop their "soft skills":
- Work as a team
- Project management
- Develop creative solutions
- Acquire the basics of a common knowledge in technology (design, mechanics, IoT)
Educational robots are great multidisciplinary tools
Robots can be used as a teaching medium in fields other than programming or technology. Often, robotics can be a part of other disciplines than programming or technology, and can be used as a tool for learning.
Often, robotics can go hand in hand with other fields such as electronics, home automation, etc:
- Main subjects: technology, computer sciences or engineering
- Visual arts or music
Robotics can be at the heart of a global project within a school
Robotics allows teachers in different fields (technology, visual arts, mathematics) to work together on a same project. It also allows students from different levels to work together.
Robotics is a unifying theme because it is both exciting and engaging, and can be used to address a wide range of issues:
- Ecology: building a robot that collects litter
- Social: a robot that helps grandparents
- Space exploration
Robotics is a field that requires knowledge on different subjects such as:
- Mathematics and geometry (angle calculation for example)
- Physics (force or thrust)
- Design and mechanics
How can I quickly get to grips with my new educational robots?
We work with many institutions (schools, museums, media libraries). Even if we are not in direct contact with young people, we help these institutions choosing the right robotic equipment. We do not provide training but we have collected and written educational resources, which are available on our website.
Our recommendations, for each educational stage:
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So much better than just a manual, this educational pack for Scratch 3 includes 86 fun, colourful cards for teaching your French pupils all about this famous programming language!
Photon is an educational and upgradable robot for children from 5 to 12 years old. It depends entirely on its young user to learn new skills. Multiple challenges await him, all with the objective of going even further in his mastery of STEM and robotic programming.
Teachers of secondary school pupils sometimes have difficulties finding good methods for sparking interest in subjects. Because we’re living in a digital age, this Alpha Mini humanoid educational robot is the perfect solution to this problem. He can help you teach many subjects in an original way while also giving pupils a chance to try their hand at programming.
Spike Prime is a colourful STEAM educational kit, created by LEGO, that allows progressive learning of programming, robotics, and scientific disciplines – combined with just the right amount of fun to keep children captivated!
Want to design a OpenManipulator robotic arm (similar to the RM-X52 model) for your TurtleBot3 robot? This set includes all the tools and mechanical parts you need to build this ROS compatible robot arm.
The French State Education Advanced Robotics Kit from Speechi is intended for all teachers – from primary to high school – wishing to introduce their pupils to robotics programming using a fun and varied set of tools.
“A Raspberry Pi Brain for your LEGO robot”, a few words summing up to perfection the extremely tempting offer made by the PiStorms Starter Kit, the key attraction of which is none other than the PiStorms controller. It fits like a shield over your Raspberry Pi to give your EV3 or NXT robot a whole load of brand-new functions!
These Modular Robotics Cubelets offer a totally new means of teaching robotics and programming to children. With the Motivated Makers Pack, you’ll hold all the cards (or should I say cubes!) for introducing your youngest pupils to what a robot is, how it works, and how to tackle a complex robotics project.
The PhantomX Pincher Programmable Robotic Arm can be used alone or as an accessory for your TurtleBot or TurtleBot 2 robot, and benefits from a complete ROS for the purposes of programming.