Classes for Students - 26/01/2011

Collaboration between the School of Robotics and the Bruno Kessler Foundation

Collaboration between the School  of Robotics and the Bruno Kessler Foundation
The Bruno Kessler Foundation in Trento, the School of Robotics and the University of Trento have recently agreed to cooperate in the field of Educational robotics. Content of common projects will also be issues of Roboethics and of Gender Learning. (Read More)
Lectures, Projects - 20/01/2011

Radio interview on educational robotics and autism on Italian National Radio

Radio interview on educational robotics and autism on Italian National Radio
Emanuele Micheli interviewed by Italian Radio Channel 1 on Educational Robotics for children with Autism. (Read More)
Classes for Students, News - 19/01/2011

January 2011 - Educational robotics for Kids at Bim Bum Bam Daycare Center in Genoa

Robotics for everyone! Kids and grandparents. In January 2001, the Daycare Center Bim Bum Bam (Genoa, Italy) hosts ten lessons of Educational robotics carried out by collaborators of the School of Robotics. You can learn (or, refresh) Math, Geometry, English language.. programming robotics kits. (Read More)
Lectures, Events - 14/01/2011

Turin, January 18th, 2011: Orientation Course: The Educational Robotics.

The Seminar devoted to School Orientation Program for high school students is organized by the Italian Ministry for Education - the Regional Office; by the Turin Province and by the Schoolnet "Porte Aperte alla Robotica" (Doors Open to Robotics). Fiorella Operto will intervene as speaker. (Read More)
Courses for Teachers, Classes for Students - 12/01/2011

Second Teacher’s Training Cours for Secondary School Tiepolo

Second Teacher’s Training Cours for Secondary School Tiepolo
In 2009 School of Robotics and Tiepolo Middle School won a Ministry of Education’s call “ Scuola Aperte” . Thanks to this founding the partners organized a first training course for teachers. A year from the first course, the Tiepolo School has organized a second training course for its teachers, calling the School of Robotics as Scientific partner. (Read More)
Events - 23/12/2010

Our very warmest Season'sGreetings!

Our very warmest Season'sGreetings!
Our very warmest Season'sGreetings! (Read More)
Lectures - 24/11/2010

Autism and educational robotics at Handimatica 2010

The School of Robotics is attending the conference Handimatica 2010 (Bologna, Italy, 25-27, 2010) introducing its projects on "educational robotics, autism and disability". This project, which employs some robotics kits with autistic children, started in Genova July 2010. New collaboration on this important issues are going on between the School of Robotics and interested institutions. collaboration. (Read More)
Events, News - 20/11/2010

School of Robotics' Davide Canepa one of finalist of the Festival of Young Talents in Roma

School of Robotics' Davide Canepa one of finalist of the Festival of Young Talents in Roma
Davide Canepa, student at Genoa Engineering Faculty and a collaborator of School of Robotics is one of the finalists of the Festival of Young Talents organized in Roma by the Italian Ministry of Youth. (Read More)
News, Projects - 16/11/2010

The blog "Roberta, girls discover robots" starts again!

The blog "Roberta, girls discover robots" starts again!
The School of Robotics is Regional Center of the Project "Roberta, Girls discover robot". The "Roberta" blog was started to spread the use of robotics as an educational tool to promote girls in scientific and technical education. This blog is in Italian. (Read More)
Lectures - 12/11/2010

School of Robotics will be present in a conference in Portugal

School of Robotics will be present in a conference in Portugal
On November 19th and 20th, the 1st International ICT and Education conference (ticEDUCA 2010) takes place in Lisbon, Portugal. This conference is organized by the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon in cllaboration with the scientific electronic journal Educação, Formação & Tecnologias (where a number of the best selected papers will be published) and the Unit for Educational Research and Training of Lisbon University. (Read More)