**MATHEMATICS WITH ROBOTS FOR UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL**

### ROBOCHART

RoboCHART is a 4-hour module. Through the use of e.DO robots, the students are asked to use mathematics to solve real-world problems.

In order to make the activity feel more concrete, the educational experience is accompanied by a learning metaphor.

RoboCHART is structured into 3 levels of difficulty: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. RoboCHART evaluates the students through 4 tasks plus a final assessment test. The tasks and final assessment test differ according to the chosen level of difficulty. In all, there are 6 types of tasks and 3 types of assessment tests. Some elements of the tasks can also vary, making them easier or more difficult, so that the level of difficulty can be adjusted further.

## PROGRAMME OF THE

BASIC LEVEL MODULE

Duration and activities

15’

Welcome, subdivision into groups and rules

**15′ BREAK
**

45′

**Robotics Module**: The parts of a robot

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Linear physical relationships

45′

**Robotics Module:**The movements of a robot

15′

Learning assessment test

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Points on the Cartesian plane

15′

Conclusions, feedback and good-bye

## PROGRAMME OF THE

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL MODULE

Duration and activities

15’

Welcome, subdivision into groups and rules

**15′ BREAK
**

45′

**Robotics Module**: The parts of a robot

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Straight lines on the Cartesian plane

45′

**Robotics Module:**The movements of a robot

15′

Learning assessment test

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Linear physical relationships

15′

Conclusions, feedback and good-bye

## PROGRAMME OF THE

ADVANCED LEVEL MODULE

Duration and activities

15’

Welcome, subdivision into groups and rules

**15′ BREAK
**

45′

**Robotics Module**: The parts of a robot

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Straight lines and circumferences on the Cartesian plane

45′

**Robotics Module:**The movements of a robot

15′

Learning assessment test

45′

**Mathematics Module**: Linear physical relationships

15′

Conclusions, feedback and good-bye