Robotic technologies can be considered as mind tools that students use modern technologies to solve problems (Jonassen, 2000). These technologies encourage students to work collaboratively (Yuen et al., 2014). While students are learning with robotic technologies, they try to cope with a number of problems and participate in academic discussions with their peers to find a solution to these problems. In this way, robotic technologies encourage students to collaborate (Kopcha et al., 2017).

Robotics is occasionally used in classroom settings and this practice started to gain importance together with the introduction of coding education. There aren’t any curricula focusing on how to teach maths in primary schools by using robotics and release maths anxiety.

The purpose of this transnational project was specified as closing skills gaps of undergraduate students, who will work at primary schools, in solution processes of possible challenges related to students with MA by developing;

A. Modular Course Curriculum to Encourage the Use of Robotics Applications for Flipped Learning in Primary School Maths Education

B. Virtual Video Library with Robotics Practices consisting of Scenario-Based Learning and Teaching Processes

C. Teacher Guide: Applying Flipped Learning through Robotics Practices in Primary Schools


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