Erasmus KA1 Courses - Course Details

LEARNING ROBOTICS WITH MATH AND SCIENCE PRACTICES

Date :22-26 APRIL 2019 PRAGUE

LEARNING ROBOTICS WITH MATH AND SCIENCE PRACTICES

 

Learning Algorithm, flowcharts and using in Math lessons”

 

Location: Prague & Istanbul

 

          22-26 April, 2019        -  Prague – CZECH REPUBLIC  confirmed

          17-21 June, 2019       - Istanbul TURKEY

          03-07 February, 2020 - Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC or İstanbul, TURKEY

          25-29 May, 2020 - Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

Course Duration: 5 days

Course Fee: 350 Euro+150 euro if you demand your own robotics kit

Objectives of the course:

This course is a kind of teacher training course which aims to support math teachers with a new and innovative approach to teach Maths and encourage their students learn Maths in more effective ways in line with priorities of Erasmus Plus Program. The program based on O-Bot which has free program and simulation.

The aim of this 5-day Erasmus+ KA1 course is to contribute to the professional development and professional skills of teachers in primary and secondary schools. Each participant who successfully completes this activity;

 

• Examines the curriculum.

• Examines Programming Platforms.

• Examines simulation works with O-Bot IDEA

• Applies problem solving concepts and approaches.

• Develops application within the scope of basic algorithm and flowchart.

• Analyzes the problems in daily life.

• Identifies appropriate steps to solve the given problem.

• Brings solutions to the given problems.

• Ratios, rates, & percentages ( 6th grade) problem examples

• Teaching coordinate plane with simulation

• Identifies the operators required for problem solving.

• Creates the correct algorithm for solution of the specified problem.

• Expresses the relationship between mathematics and computer science.

• Creates algorithms on O-Bot

• Defines and name appropriate variables in rules.

• Creates algorithms and programs that use the appropriate branching.

• Creates algorithms and programs containing loop structure.

• Creates the original project containing the programming constructs.

• Classifies basic information and data sources related to the field.

• Explains the curriculum of the area with all its teachings.

• Creates learning environments that enhance high-level cognitive skills of students.

 

 

• Recognizes the use and application of robotic theories in education.

• Learns the limitations and importance of using robots in education.

• Knows teaching methods and techniques for using robots in education.

• Gets the knowledge of computational thinking skills and basic components.

• Knows unplugged events and uses them.

• Knows algorithm and flow diagram.

 

• Learns how computers work.

• Identifies hardware and software components of robots

• Knows cable and / or wireless data transfer methods.

• Performs motion control using servo motors.

• Knows color detection, touch-stop, distance, etc. sensors.

• Activates the line-following robot.

• Activates the line-following robot.

 

• Knows the Conditions to use logical operators and decision making structures.

• Performs the fleeing robot activity.

• Designs lessons, knows features that make a lesson more innovative.

• Uses design, iteration, prototype development steps to solve complex problems.

• Knows the elements that make a course innovative.

• Knows and applies debugging techniques.

• Uses the ability to collaborate on a goal.

• Takes care to use effective communication methods and techniques.

• Takes care to use effective time management techniques.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program of the course:

Day 1

Activities

09:00-10:45

Getting to know each other – Presentation of participant organizations (a five-minute presentation)

Examination of the curriculum

Existing Course Materials Review

Programming Platform (O-Bot Idea)

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Identifying and analyzing the problems you encounter in daily life.

Identifying appropriate steps for solution of the given problem, bringing solution proposals and solving them.

12:30-12:45

Coffee Break

12:45-13:30

Identify the operators required for problem solving.

Algorithm development

The relationship between mathematics and computer science.

13:30-14:30

  • Lunch

14:30-16:30

  • City tour

 

Day 2

Activities

09:00-10:45

Programming and Applications

• Interface and Features of Flowchart-Based Applications (O-Bot)

• Flowchart Based Algorithms

• Algorithms Using Linear Logic Structure

• Algorithms with Loop Structure

• Infinite Cycles

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Decision Buildings, Programming and Applications

• Algorithms with Decision Constructs

• Algorithms with Multiple Decision Constructs

12:30-12:45

Coffee Break

12:45-13:30

Sample Math Questions

 

Day 3

Activities

09:00-10:45

Creates a flow chart using the distance sensor. Prepares flow chart with Distance Sensor

(The robot escapes  when object comes closer)

Creates a flow chart using the distance sensor. Prepares flow chart with Distance Sensor

(Robot moves until detects an obstacle)

Creates a flow chart using the distance sensor. Prepares flow chart with Distance Sensor

(Robot moves certain distance )

 

 

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Creates a flow chart using a light sensor. Prepares the robot with the Light Sensor, (Robot escapes from darkness)

Creates a flow chart using the light sensor. Prepares the robot with the Light Sensor,

(Robot follows light)

 

12:30-12:45

Coffee Break

12:45-13:30

Creates a flow chart using the optical sensor.  Prepares the robot with optical sensor

(Robot stops when it detects the line)

Creates a flow chart using the optical sensor. Prepares the robot with optical sensor

(Robot follows line)

 

13:30-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:30

Visit to an institution / school as a best sample on coding programs

 

Day 4

Activities

09:00-10:45

Creates a flow chart using the touch sensor. Prepares the robot with touch sensor

(Robot moves/stops by touch)

Creates a flow chart using the touch sensor. Prepares the robot with touch sensors

(Makes joystick with 2 touch sensors)

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Creates a flow chart using various sensors. Timis Robot (Touch and Distance sensor)

Creates a flow chart using various sensors. Let's park (line and distance sensor)

12:30-12:45

Coffee Break

12:45-13:30

Learning for loops and variables

 

 

 

Day 5

Activities

09:00-10:45

Creates own projects and prepares own lesson plans with robotics

 

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00- 12:30

A final test for evaluation

12:30-12:45

Coffee Break

12:45-13:30a

- Overview of the course program

-  Evaluation of the course program

-  Europass CV

-  Europass Mobility Certificate

- Participation Certificate & Departure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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