Wednesday, March 4
2:15-2:45 PM
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Promoting Innovation Literacy in Education through Educational Robotics

Full Paper ID: 44882
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    Amy Eguchi
    Bloomfield College

Abstract: In our ever-changing society where new technological tools are being introduced into daily life more rapidly than ever before, more and more innovative and creative people are needed for the work of advancing technology. However, current educational practice in schools seems to be moving away from helping to educate our future innovative and creative workforce. With the extensive focus on assessments through standardized testing, the concern is raised that more and more teachers are forced to teach to the test. This paper aims to present the concept of innovation literacy in education by reviewing various proposals on innovation literacy and assess how the application of educational robotics promote the innovation literacy among students.

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