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Title: Robòtica educativa en educació infantil
Author: Traver Salvador, Balma
Alsina-Jurnet, Ivan  
Abstract: The present TFM deals with Educational Robotics and its integration in the Infant Education classrooms. This technological tool allows the development of organizational and creative skills, as well as encouraging teamwork or promoting the desire for research and experimentation. The development of these aspects is relevant for children but to achieve them it is necessary to know the characteristics of each student and adapt the learning of robotics to their capabilities, skills, interests and aptitudes. Therefore, the purpose of this work is to investigate the feasibility and how to integrate Educational Robotics into the classroom to achieve positive results, maintaining the motivation of students and thus achieve the contents and objectives of the stage from the cross-cutting. Therefore, it is necessary to take into account aspects such as the selection of materials and resources or educational methodologies and strategies. Through the collection and review of literature on the use of Educational Robotics, guidelines are determined to work educational robotics in the early stages of schooling, so that students maintain motivation and achieve the knowledge of the stage. There are a large number of works and documents on the application of Educational Robotics in Primary and higher educational stages, but this is not the case of Infant Education. For this reason, the contribution of this TFM is to collect knowledge and support teachers interested in the integration of Educational Robotics in Early Childhood Education.
Keywords: childhood education
educational robotics
computational thinking
cross learning
professional project (design)
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2020
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