"HOW TO RAISE AN INVENTOR "
innovative and exciting learning with micro:bits, Lego Mindstorms, 3D printing and engineering tasks!
We are happy to present you an innovative, easy-to-use and free product of the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic partnerships for school education project "How to raise an inventor. Technology and engineering learning material for schools ".
We hope to raise the interest of pupils in technologies from an early age and encourage teachers to teach robotics by providing them with quality learning material.
Project partners from Lithuania, Poland, and the Netherlands, each and expert in their area, have created four modules to teach engineering, 3D modelling, micro:bit and Lego Mindstorms programming.
The learning material includes not only a step-by-step material for learners, but also a teacher 's handbook. We aim to give teachers methodological guidelines to support them while handling the topics that may be new to them.
The project has been co-funded by the Erasmus + KA2 Strategic partnerships for school education programme. Project agreement No. 2017-1-LT01-KA201-035284. Project coordinator: School of Robotics, Lithuania. Project duration: 02.11.2017-01.11.2019.
Each module description contains information about login to free learning material.
Learning to program a micro:bit with additional components, in order to make nice things.
"The Art Of Making" (Lego Mindstorms)
Building and programming robots using LEGO Education Mindstorms EV3 robotics kits
"Build Arm Wrestling Model" (3D)
3D modeling, printing and dynamic load testing, intuitive physics and mechanics
"How To Make Ideas and How They Travel"
Design thinking, innovative engineering, design ideas and solutions for engineering problems
l Robotikos mokykla (School of Robotics), Lithuania
l KTU inžinerijos licėjus (KTU Lyceum), Lithuania
l Rīgas Valsts 2. Ģimnāzija (Riga State Gymnasium No 2), Latvia
l Cooperatie Devlab, The Netherlands
l Fundacja Edukacyjne Centrum Doskonalenia (ECD), Poland
l Signum de Haren, the Netherlands