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CCM

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Educational Robotics is a new teaching system which tries to develop the capacities of creativity, organization and collaborative work.

 

This system is based on the pedagogical current of constructivism which promotes creation, innovation and own design. This method seeks, in addition to strengthening knowledge, that students can adapt to current production processes. The planning of a class incorporating robotics is done by the teacher so that the student can solve problems where it is difficult for him to concentrate.

 

The use of robotics in education implies putting new activities in students so that they can develop disciplinary and transversal skills.

ROBOTICS

PLATFORM

FOR EDU &

SOCIAL IMPACT

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OUR

 

PROJECTS

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High School
Math Classes with NAO Robot

Use the robotic platform for developing educational and healthcare content for all ages.

The robotic platform is used to help

children and elderly.

  • Theater Works

  • Talks & Workshops for Kids

OUR TEAM

MEET THE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM

OUR

OBJECTIVES

General objective:

The objective of this project is to improve the levels of attention and motivation of the students of the Prepa Tec CCM, through the application of a robotic platform as a support tool for the teaching team of the mathematics department.

 Specific objectives

Design and implementation of a math class session, designed as part of the academic program for high school students

Programming a robotic system with basic and advanced

movements that accompany the design of the session and / or class. Design and methodology for the evaluation of the attention of high school students.

Establishment of a control and experimental group to be able to measure the impact of the robotic tool.

Analysis and evaluation of the process: quantitative and qualitative analysis.

TESTIMONIALS

  • Student

    “He liked how robot Tesla was implemented. At first, he felt a little nervous because robots scare him. It did help, it seemed appropriate because everyone paid more attention to the novelty and innovativeness of the robot, but when it worked it did not explain well. What I would change is that it had no flaws and that it was more fluid.”

  • Student

    “The way robot Tesla delivered the lessons seemed appropriate to him by giving space for the teacher to explain. She liked it because it is a new resource, in addition to allowing her to better understand the class because she does dynamics to think and reinforce the topic. No anxiety or nervousness. I wanted to go into class because I wanted to see what new thing she was doing" 

  • Student

    “I liked how robot Tesla was implemented. At first, I felt a little nervous because robots scare him. It did help, it seemed appropriate because everyone paid more attention to the novelty and innovativeness of the robot, but when it worked it did not explain well. What I would change is that it had no flaws and that it was more fluid.”

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RESULTS

“My general impressions about these days that were accompanying me in my classes, as they were various emotions. In general, it was a sequence of nervousness, later in the second class, on the second day, well, I kind of relaxed a bit because ... also the team, I mean, all of you have such a good vibe that makes me feel safe, and also well, I think that as if I ... I thought that if I felt comfortable I would do things better and the truth is that I was feeling comfortable.”

 

Previous Posts

•Caudana, E. L., Reyes, G. B., Acevedo, R. G., Ponce, P., Mazon, N., & Hernandez, J. M. (2019, June). RoboTICs: Implementation of a Robotic Assistive Platform in a Mathematics High School Class. In 2019 IEEE 28th International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE) (pp. 1589-1594). IEEE.

•Ponce, P., Molina, A., Caudana, E. O. L., Reyes, G. B., & Parra, N. M. (2019). Improving education in developing countries using robotic platforms. International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM), 13(4), 1401-1422.

•Lopez-Caudana, E., Ponce, P., Cervera, L., Iza, S., & Mazon, N. (2018). Robotic platform for teaching maths in junior high school. International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM), 12(4), 1349-1360.

•Lopez-Caudana, E., Ponce, P., Mazon, N., Marquez, L., Mejia, I., & Baltazar, G. (2019, December). Improving the Attention Span of Elementary School Children in Mexico Through a S4 Technology Platform. In International Conference on Smart Multimedia (pp. 525-532). Springer, Cham.

•Lopez-Caudana, E., Reyes, G. E. B., & Cruz, P. P. (2020). Socially Assistive Robotics: State-of-the-Art Scenarios in Mexico. In Industrial Robotics-New Paradigms. IntechOpen.

•Cruz, P. P., Molina, A., Caudana, E. O. L., Reyes, G. E. B., & Parra, N. M. Improving the Education in Developing Countries Using Robotic Platforms: A Case Study in Mexico.

Collaborators

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Contact us

             Mail: edlopez@tec.mx

         

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