„Many cultures, one technology. Robotics as a platform to exchange experience during the common action”


There are six partners involved in the project (Poland, Italy, Portugal, Estonia, Lithuania, Spain). The project aims at mobility and communication between students and also teachers from different schools. The language of communication is English.

The project brings several cultures together through similar students and teachers interest which is robotics. Thanks to our project we want to demonstrate that technology becomes a common language spoken worldwide. We are convinced that thanks to this language it is possible to make students of different ages, education and backgrounds work together.

There is a spirit of the Renaissance in our project and its outstanding figure Leonardo da Vinci ? creator of the union between humanism and science. It means that  thanks to the project students will broaden their educational horizons, focus not only on technology and science (robotics, physics, mathematics, mechanics, programming, multimedia production, website creation, etc.) but also acquire additional knowledge which are the humanities (foreign languages, history, culture, arts, civics, geography and even theology and sociology). It also means they will have a chance to become broadly educated and to create a society of technical intelligence.

All those goals will be accomplished through common action, e.g. building a website, preparing documentation and works (on robotics, European culture, traditions, etc. ), communication between partners, mobilities, visiting interesting places. Teachers of different subjects (technical and general) are engaged. Students of technical schools teach their colleagues the principles of robotics.

The project assumes evaluation on students and teachers level and also dissemination of the results.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Author: Darek Bujak - Poland
Project and Design: Darek Bujak & MichaƂ Perka - Poland

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