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Poster per l'evento intitolato "RobotLab per Banca Mediolanum"

RobotLab for Banca Mediolanum

28 January 2018
Poster per l'evento intitolato "RobotLab per Banca Mediolanum"
Reserved event for Banca Mediolanum
January 28, 2018 - Microsoft House
Viale Pasubio 21, Milan
Today, the vast majority of programming activities take place through the assembly of components in highly interactive contexts. This activity is carried out at various levels by everyone (think of our children and grandchildren with their cell phones). For this reason, culture, art, creativity, hypothetical reasoning, innovation, and invention become the main objective. The difference between an algorithm and a robot is that the latter, in its essence, is an interactive system. For this reason, Women&Tech - Association of Women and Technologies* promotes ROBOTLAB, coding and robot workshops within the FutureCamp Europe project: New Jobs for the Future. In this workshop, it will be possible to build mechanized models with LEGO bricks and bring them to life through coding! It may seem like a game, but it is actually a complex educational activity, capable of developing multiple different skills at the same time. This leads students to systematically question reality, observe phenomena, make hypotheses, and create concrete solutions to real-life problems. LEGO Mindstorms EV3 makes learning educational robotics, coding, and science interesting and fun, thanks to practical projects that students immediately see the value of. It helps in teaching educational robotics, science, technology, computer science, and mathematics. It supports teaching coding, computational thinking, and digital skills. It facilitates the acquisition of various specific skills in the technical-scientific field: data collection and interpretation, creation of scientific demonstrations, acquisition, evaluation, and sharing of scientific information within the classroom. It enhances problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills.

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