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1. Design several contests that are appropriate for participants with different skill levels.
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2. Devise ways that RobotBASIC can be used to hold mini-contests on a regular basis at
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obotBASIC provides a platform that helps teachers create a building block approach to teaching many subjects:
Robotics and arti cial intelligence (AI) Applied mathematics Computer programming Problem solving Logical thinking Engineering principles
In this chapter we propose that RobotBASIC can serve as a tool for teachers to provide an enjoyable and effective learning experience for students.
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GOING FURTHER
19.1 RobotBASIC within the Learning Process
When RobotBASIC is used as a teaching tool the learning process will be lled with tangible, memorable, and rewarding experiences with immediate feedback on what has been learned in the lesson. This can result in desirable behavioral changes that are part of the learning process. When students use RobotBASIC they can realize an immediate and appreciable purpose and utility in what they learn. This makes learning easier and the student is able to retain the material longer. RobotBASIC gives students vivid sensory feedback to all the actions they make within the environment. Students actively participate in the knowledge acquisition process using many of their senses, allowing them to relate better to the knowledge gained. RobotBASIC can be a valuable aide to teachers because it provides a means for combining many facets of learning into one convenient medium. Assignments in RobotBASIC are based on solving interesting and relevant problems. When student groups analyze problems and develop solutions, they improve their conceptual and perceptual abilities, all the while developing problem-solving skills. RobotBASIC promotes incidental learning where students learn about dry intangible subjects while engaging in exciting and relevant activities. For example, as students learn to make the robot s pen draw shapes or maneuver within the screen environment, they are exposed to many principles of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. RobotBASIC provides many anchor points for relating multiple subjects to a meaningful, tangible, and positive learning experience where students can appreciate personal gain and rewards (material or social) as a return for their efforts. A student s rst experience with learning a new subject can affect his or her future interest in the subject. RobotBASIC makes the initial learning process an interesting and enjoyable experience so students will like and have positive feelings about the subject and will be willing to pursue further studies. RobotBASIC provides a medium that enhances perception. It encourages students to perceive precisely and accurately and to group their perceptions into a meaningful whole that leads to insight into the subjects learned. RobotBASIC makes learning an active process within an interesting environment where simple speci c exercises can evolve into complex open-ended projects. Each time a challenge is achieved a variation can be added to create renewed interests and challenges. This makes students more disposed to learn because they can recognize clear well-de ned objectives for the material they are required to learn. As students increase the robot s abilities by using modules they have previously built, they learn to correlate what they have learned and to apply that knowledge in new and innovative ways. A teacher can use RobotBASIC to demonstrate a skill using clear step-by-step examples, which then lead to the students performing the skill themselves. Students can use their personal copies of RobotBASIC to practice until the skill is learned. Students can have their own copy at school and at home giving them the opportunity to practice as
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often as they wish. Also, due to the fact that RobotBASIC provides an enjoyable experience, students are more likely to practice. RobotBASIC provides the teacher with a means to devise criteria for evaluating whether the students have learned the skill.
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