Robotic learning is essential if we want to deploy it in industry and in our societies. A project like this will help participants (students, parents or teachers) to understand and appreciate how robotics can be useful in their lives.

The use of robots at school will increase student motivation. They are scalable, innovative and creative educational tools that allow students to use digital technology as an enjoyable way to solve the problems they face. The multidisciplinary approach of robotics also makes the involvement and expression of all easier. Thus, students will be able to increase their knowledge and develop their curiosity as well as their communication skills. Students will also improve their science skills.



On November 9, 10 and 11, the XIII Technology Conference was held at the IES La Albericia, in collaboration with the CEP of Santander, chaired by the Regional Minister of Education and the General Director of Educational Innovation, among other speakers.

In this conference, a presentation on ERASMUS+ and Etwinning projects that are currently being carried out in the center as well as dissemination of the different types of projects that can be carried out, funding, application and management of them.

Los días 9, 10 y 11 de noviembre se han celebrado en el IES La Albericia, en colaboración con el CEP de Santander, las XIII Jornadas de Tecnología presididas por la Consejera de Educación y la Directora General de Innovación educativa entre otros ponentes.

En estas jornadas se realizó una ponencia sobre los proyectos ERASMUS+ y Etwinning que actualmente se están llevando a cabo en el centro así como difusión de los diferentes tipos de proyectos que se pueden llevar a cabo, financiación, solicitud y gestión de los mismos.