Applying educational robotics to support students and teachers in STEM education in secondary school

Supervisors: Félix de la Paz López y Elena Gaudioso Vázquez

Our educational system is evidently slow in following the new trends and needs of our society; in addition the classes are more and more crowded. This makes harder and harder for the teacher to give individual attention to his students and understand their difficulties especially in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). At the same time, we notice that new
technologies play an important role in the lives of teenagers and are able to stimulate their interest.

Samantha Orlando students