Innovative Hands-on Learning Extends Beyond the Classroom

e.DO with Education tools

Introducing robotics in schools means helping students acquire and experiment with the same skills and reasoning methods that become useful for their professional future. Robotics helps teachers capture students’ attention and stimulate motivation through activity-based learning methods.

The power of e.DO as an educational platform lies in the fact that robotics promotes life skills such as cooperation, communication, problem solving, group work and even creativity. Robotics is an interdisciplinary tool for teachers and students, not a new subject. By making traditional subjects and innovative topics more exciting, fun and interactive, robotics promotes engagement – which is arguably one of the most important aspects of learning.

Within robotics lie aspects of mechanics, electronics, electrotechnics and computer science, all of which are able to develop both the skills needed to work with robots and those needed to better manage programs, communication systems, networks, machines. What’s more, both teachers and students can hone the STEM and soft skills which are useful now and in the future.

“e.DO can also be used to support specific subjects and Comau is actively working with educators and software developers to this end”

e.DO Learning Labs

e.DO Education UI

Thanks to e.DO’s success as a powerful educational tool, we’ve expanded the project to include laboratories and learning workshops for teachers, students and young professionals.

The e.DO Learning Center is an engaging workshop that kids can do at school or in a dedicated venue. Run by a trained facilitator, it leverages an innovative didactic approach designed to motivate and facilitate the concrete learning of robotics and new technologies.

The e.DO Lab is designed to explore teaching tools and techniques that are aligned with the digital transformation that is redefining business and automation, and support educators in deploying innovative teaching methods in the classroom. Using didApp supported on a web platform, teachers can autonomously offer an educational laboratory on robotics at their school or institution.

Designed primarily for secondary schools, the program consists of providing the school with e.DO robots/Virtual e.DO and a library of didApps, each of which provides 2 hours of activities, to support teachers in teaching mathematics, robotics, and coding, and more.

The e.DO educational platform reinforces transversal skills that are fundamental for professional growth, while helping teachers and students contextualize disciplinary learning via a hands-on, real-time experience that encourages participation, cooperation and engagement.