Engineering ed: Dealing with failure and the robotic future – Engaging students in multidisciplinary STEM learning
Oh, M. and Lawson, F. 2020. Engineering ed: Dealing with failure and the robotic future – Engaging students in multidisciplinary STEM learning. School Science Review. 376, pp. 51-59.
|Authors||Oh, M. and Lawson, F.|
This article proposes an alternative (or additional) place for the use of robotics within the secondary school curriculum. Robotics provides a unique opportunity to engage students in genuinely multidisciplinary learning that challenges their misperceptions about the nature of science/technology and engages them with ‘big questions’.
After establishing the context and pedagogical framework for
|Keywords||Epistemic Insight; Informal science learning; STEM education; Engineering education; Robotics|
|Journal||School Science Review|
|Journal citation||376, pp. 51-59|
|Funder||Royal Academy of Engineering|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||18 Jul 2022|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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