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RISTI - Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação

versión impresa ISSN 1646-9895

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TORRES, Noelia Bizarro; GONZALEZ, Ricardo Luengo  y  CARVALHO, José Luís. Roamer, a robot in the classroom of Early Childhood Education for the development of basic spatial notions. RISTI [online]. 2018, n.28, pp.14-28. ISSN 1646-9895.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17013/risti.28.14-28.

The treatment of educational robotics in Early Childhood Education implicitly involves the initiation of computational thinking and support for the development of basic spatial notions (front, back, robot, right, left and right). Therefore, through the present didactic proposal developed in the classroom, it is intended to know the differences in the acquisition of these basic spatial concepts before and after the intervention with Roamer Robot. An investigation of qualitative approach has been designed to use as experimental instruments an experiential test and a drawing test that have been adapted to the evolutive characteristics of children in Early Childhood Education. To support the qualitative analysis of the data, the webQDA software was used. By way of conclusion, the work with robotics in Early Childhood Education improves the acquisition of basic spatial concepts. However, the concepts of the right and the left remain the most complicated to acquire and assimilate.

Palabras clave : Educational robotics; children´s education; Spatial notions; webQDA.

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