Robótica Educativa y Escuela¿cuál será el momento en que converjan?

  1. Hernández González, Vanesa
  2. Vega Navarro, Ana
Tecnología, innovación e investigación en los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje
  1. Roig Vila, Rosabel (coord.)

Publisher: Octaedro

ISBN: 978-84-9921-848-9

Year of publication: 2016

Pages: 2579-2587

Type: Book chapter


A few years ago we began to hear a distant whisper that spoke of educational robotics, tool completely unknown work in the school, which today has become the voice of many education professionals who are betting for it. The numbers of emerging educational experiences bear this out, not just in extracurricular areas which begin to appear within schools to work the curriculum. This tool would work in the classroom by placing the students in the center of everything; the amount of potential they have a change could facilitate the teaching role, while the acquisition of skills and abilities in students, and increase the interest in science and technology. To work with educational robotics requires globalization would limit the current curricular fragmentation; therefore arouses interest. For this research we have developed tools that enabled us to understand the existence of conditions for implementation elements that revolve around insufficient regard to teacher training, infrastructural conditions and the amount of materials needed. Only if we can answer these needs, the teachers will decide for educational robotics as a tool to work in the classroom.