Category: Coding and Robotics


Investigating the Impact of Educational Robotics on Underserved Students’ Career Interests

Among its many benefits, educational robotics has been found to increase in student completion of STEM degrees and interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. Given the national and international demand for a workforce trained in STEM areas, increasing student attitudes toward STEM and interest in careers in STEM areas is critical. Educational


Teaching the M in STEM with Robotics: Exploring Understanding by Design for Curriculum Development to Teach Math Concepts Using Robotics

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education has been at the forefront of national education policies and school reform for the past several decades, and the continual advances in technology and educational research bring new methods of STEM learning. Educational robotics have been introduced to the classroom space as a tool to teach STEM concepts.


The Development of the Basic Arduino Test (BAT)

Educational robotics has a promising impact on students’ learning which triggers educational institutions around the world to include it in their curriculums. In the Philippines, educational robotics is relatively new, and as of writing the Department of Education has yet to deliver a dedicated robotics curriculum. However, some public and private schools have already designed