How can programming support pupils ' learning in school subjects?

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GameReality

Hi.
I am working as physics, mathematics and science teacher odyl and 2014 lowered the threshold for telerobotik I technology robots so that e.g. LEGO Mindstorms can build a robot on a holonomisk mechanical platform that is, so that it can move as a virtual player in the 2-dimensional plane.
For this I won a prize in the United States in 2014 in IPSO Challenge where blah Google paid flights and hotels to Chicago in 2 weeks where I had to tune out the system and dema.
GameReality « was invited to the Almedal week on Gotland 2016 to dema for the Government and the fall of 2016 odyl The Serendipity Challenge – Sveriges största entreprenörstävling för startup- och tillväxtbolag I was nominated as one of three tech companies in Sweden for a spot to represent Sweden in Copenhagen in the spring of 2017.
When I demar this for school children want the very happy to try the technology and learn how to program. It's a computer game, as usual, but the school children see on the computer screen is for real.
In school, they build the LEGO Mindstorms robots that they put an android phone on. One app I developed allows the phone to a server that streams video to a Web page, and when you use the keyboard and mouse or game controller controls the robot over the internet.
Robots are programmed and built in school and when you get home, remotely control to robots at the school against the other robots in the room and competes with them against each other or run tex obstacle courses on time odyl.

School children can play better if they develop their robot as much as they can in school.

School children really want this and that makes them interested in technology and programming odyl.

MVH
Master of Science in Engineering Physics, master of science in engineering physics LTH Magnus Ivarsson

GameReality

Hej.
Jag arbetar som fysik, matematik och NO lärare odyl och 2014 sänkte jag tekniktröskeln för telerobotik robotar så att man med tex LEGO Mindstorms kan bygga en robot på en holonomisk mekanisk plattform dvs så att den kan röra sig som en virtuell spelare i det 2-dimensionella planet.
För detta vann jag pris i USA 2014 i IPSO Challenge där bla Google betalade flyg och hotell till Chicago i 2 veckor där jag fick ställa ut systemet och dema det.
GameReality «
Var inbjuden till Almedalsveckan på Gotland 2016 för att dema det för regeringen odyl
The Serendipity Challenge – Sveriges största entreprenörstävling för startup- och tillväxtbolag
och hösten 2016 blev jag nominerad som en av tre tech bolag i Sverige för en plats för att representera Sverige i Köpenhamn våren 2017.
När jag demar detta för skolungdomar vill de väldigt gärna prova tekniken och lära sig programmera. Det är ett dataspel som vanligt men det skolungdomar ser på dataskärmen är på riktigt.
I skolan bygger de LEGO Mindstorms robotar som de sätter en android telefon på. En app jag vidareutvecklat gör telefonen till en server som streamar video till en webbsida och när man använder tangentbordet och musen eller spelkontrollen så styr man roboten över internet.
Robotar programmeras och byggs alltså i skolan och när man kommer hem fjärrstyr man robotarna på skolan mot de andra robotarna i rummet och tävlar med dem mot varandra eller kör tex hinderbanor på tid odyl.

Skolungdomar kan alltså spela bättre om de utvecklar sin robot så mycket de kan på skolan.

Skolungdomar vill verkligen ha detta och det gör dem intresserade i teknologi och programmering odyl.

Mvh
Master of Science in Engineering Physics
Civilingenjör i teknisk fysik
LTH
Magnus Ivarsson

Comments
  • Magnus Ivarsson Proposal Creator 2 years ago

    Här är en ny modell testad från hela världen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ4ujKcy87o Mvh Magnus



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