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Educational Robotics: The pleasure of participation

Apostolos Tsagaris; Maria Chatzikyrkou; Ioanna Simeli

The paper attempts to identify the pleasure and satisfaction of participating in educational robotic through an educational robotic program that takes place for children ages 9 to 15. The aim is also to identify, with the use of statistical comparisons, any signs of the relationship between pleasure and satisfaction with participation with characteristics such as the gender of learners, the age of learners and the level of parenting.The survey showed that the participants were satisfied with their participation in the program and did not feel tired or bored. Also from the research is obvious that through educational robotics children can learn to cooperate more effectively with each other, and the teaching of basic principles of computer science, mathematics, geometry, physics, engineering, and in general mechatronics can be more effective when it does not have the conventional form of education but it has the form of play.

SUBMITTED: OCTOBER 2018, REVISION SUBMITTED: NOVEMBER 2018, ACCEPTED: JANUARY 2019, REFEREED ANONYMOUSLY, PUBLISHED ONLINE: 19 APRIL 2019
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