Good Practices from Robotics for Equality and Democracy Project Tunisia

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The IEEE Humanitarian Technologies Board Ad Hoc Committee on SIGHT Best Practices is cooperating with a number of IEEE OUs including IEEE SSIT IST-Africa SIGHT, IEEE Philadelphia Section SIGHT, IEEE Bahrain Section SIGHT, IEEE Karachi SIGHT, IEEE UK and Ireland SSIT Chapter, UK and Ireland Robotics and Automation Chapter and IEEE Tunisia Education Activities to organise this Lecture as part of a Series of Best Practice Lectures

Dr Nizar Rokbani, IEEE Tunisia Section presented "Good Practices from Robotics for Equality and Democracy Project Tunisia" on 17 May 2023 as the third lecture in this series.

Robotics for Equality and Democracy is a STEM and educational robotics program deployed in Tunisia public schools as a partnership between a local IEEE SIGHT Tunisia Chapter and the academic inspection for primary education of Dar Chaabane II, Nabeul, Tunisia republic. This lecture will describe the program implementation’s main steps covering alignment with local educational system policies and regulations, the educator’s training, the organization of the learner’s activities and their assessments based on a project based methodology. The IEEE STEM portal and the Try-Engineering lesson plans were the main resources used to build the teaching/training materials. The program was initially developed as extracurricular clubs, before being adopted for curricula activities for technology education.

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