Creative robotic activities in your classroom: how to innovate with low cost materials

Tinkering and Creative robotics at school: instruments for interdisciplinary taching to exalt creativity, teamwork, peer to peer learning, dexterity and sharing, using low cost materials.

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Sunday 14 October
From 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Room 22 Sala Niside pav. 10
Creative robotic activities in your classroom: how to innovate with low cost materials

Scuola di Robotica - Andrea Germinario

Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engeneering, Turin Polytechnic, Italy (2013) with a thesis on Design, implementation and analysis of specific electronic circuits for temperature control in the primary thermal metrology and production data acquisition software. Master’s degree in Computer Engineering with a Thesis on Interaction design of a serious game for full-body active  experience of music content in therapy and rehabilitation scenarios, University of Genoa, Italy (2016). Has worked as scientific tutor for Festival della Scienza in Genoa; as webmaster for various company. From 2017 he has been working for Scuola di Robotica where he carries out courses for teachers and students of educational robotics and software developer on humanoid robots (NAO, Pepper, Sanbot, etc).


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