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Technology applied to education

In this digital age in wich technology is present in every daily aspect, linking its knowledge with the developmente of its different aplications from childhood, contributes to a greater cognitive development.

  • Boost logic reasoning
  • Work analytical thinking
  • Manage different communication situations/conditions
  • Strengthen team work
  • Stimulate different capacities
  • Promote creativity in new projects
  • Manage everyday situations

What do we offer?

Extracurricular activities

Making use of new technologies, we will present different and attractive activities which adapt to the level and capacities of the students through programming, robotics, design and 3D printing… A first approach without limits!

Teachers´training

Specific training for the teachers to introduce the new technologies in the classroom, robotics and 3D design.

ROBIKAST LAB WORKSHOP

Multidisciplinary workshops that will help the students to work the concepts and contents linked to school curriculum, where robots will be our allied to reach that objectives. Through gadget creation, electronics, 3D design and printing… we will be able to create different elements that will have different uses in the school, e.g. Gadgets which help to save energy…

Methodology

Multiple intelligence theory is a mind conception model proposed in 1983 by Howard Gardner, Harvard University teacher, for whom intelligence is not a unitary set which joins different specific capacities but a web of autonomous and interrelated sets. For Gardner, intelligence is an information processing biopsychological potential that can be activated in one or more cultural frames to solve problems or create valid products for that frames.

For a more detailed explanation on multiple intelligences, click here