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Title: RoboSTEAM Project Systematic Mapping: Challenge Based Learning and Robotics
Authors: Conde, M. Á.
Rodríguez Sedano, F. J.
Fernández-Llamas, C.
Gonçalves, J.
Lima, J.
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
Keywords: Robotics
STEAM Education
Physical Devices
Challenge Based Learning
Systematic Mapping
Issue Date: 27-Apr-2020
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Conde, M. Á., Rodríguez Sedano, F. J., Fernández-Llamas, C., Gonçalves, J., Lima, J., & García-Peñalvo, F. J. (2020). RoboSTEAM Project Systematic Mapping: Challenge Based Learning and Robotics. In 2020 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), (27-30 April 2020, Porto, Portugal) (pp. 214-221). USA: IEEE.
Abstract: STEAM Education is nowadays a key element for our current digital society. Integrating STEAM and developing competences such as Computational Thinking is highly demanded by the industry and higher education institutions. In order to do so new methodological approaches are required. RoboSTEAM project is an Erasmus+ project defined to address these topics by using of physical devices and robotics employing Challenge Based Learning methodology. One of the first steps in the project development is the definition of current landscape in the research field. Which means to carry out a literature mapping that considers previous applications of Challenge Based Learning in STEAM education and use of robots and physical devices to do so. This paper shows the mapping review process and the main results obtained. The mapping analyze 242 candidate works from the most relevant bibliographic sources and selected 54. Form them it was possible to see that there are not many initiatives on STEM Education related to Challenge base learning and the most of them are specially focused on the application of specific tools and in the development of concrete competences.
ISBN: 978-1-7281-0930-5
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