Learning with Robots in CS and STEM Eduation: A Case Study with ISEP-R0B0

Abstract

ISEP-R0B0 is a project which combines a small programmable robot and a visual programming language. Its goal is to provide a full-fledged system at a very low cost, targeting schools but also informal learning situations such as after-class activities. Through the programming and observation of the behavior of the robot, students can learn notions either related to Computer Science or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Since ISEP-R0B0 is still at an early stage, this article focuses on introducing the design of the system and two case studies we plan on conducting shortly.

Publication
In 4th Workshop on Robots for Learning at Human Robot Interaction 2018.
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Patrick Wang
Associate Professor of Computer Science

Interested in how people learn CS, among other things.