Robotics in Primary Education – Robotique en Éducation Primaire: Introduction

Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT Education (2019)

4 Pages Posted: 28 Sep 2019

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Thierry Karsenti

University of Montreal

Vassilis Komis

Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education

Margarida Romero

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Christian Depover

Université de Mons-Hainaut

Date Written: September 18, 2019

Abstract

This Special Issue of the Journal “Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT Education” is dedicated to the Educational Robotics in Primary Education. There is currently a real enthusiasm for educational robotics which is supported by the incessant emergence of new educational robots and articles published by the media. Undoubtedly, at least at the level of primary education, a new wave of technology appeared in order for concepts of programming (or “coding”) sweeps to be applied, which consequently raises the question of what it can bring to teachers and learners over time. At the same time, scientific research in this field is making significant progress in recent years by providing interesting results in both basic and applied research.

Keywords: robotic, robotics, robots, primary, education

Suggested Citation

Karsenti, Thierry and Komis, Vassilis and Romero, Margarida and Depover, Christian, Robotics in Primary Education – Robotique en Éducation Primaire: Introduction (September 18, 2019). Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT Education (2019), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3456071

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Vassilis Komis

Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education ( email )

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Margarida Romero

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Christian Depover

Université de Mons-Hainaut ( email )

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Belgium

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