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5. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT • Feedback and Reflection: Sensors provide immediate feedback, enabling students to reflect on their experiments and make adjustments as needed. This iterative process aligns with the curriculum's emphasis on reflective and evaluative thinking. • Technology Literacy: As students use sensors and data logging tools, they develop technology literacy skills. They learn how to operate and troubleshoot these devices, which are valuable skills in the digital age. • Differentiated Learning: Sensors and data logging can accommodate different learning styles and abilities. They allow for individualised or small - group investigations, helping teachers support a diverse range of students in achieving the primary science outcomes.

2. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT • Problem - Solving and Algorithms: Using floor robots encourages problem - solving skills as students plan and debug their programs. They learn to break down a task into smaller steps and create algorithms to accomplish specific goals. • Sensors and Feedback: Some floor robots are equipped with sensors that allow them to respond to their environment. Students can learn about the concept of sensors and how robots can provide feedback based on their interactions with objects or obstacles. This can feed in to the scientific learnings detailed below. • Environmental Awareness: Students can explore the idea of navigating through a physical environment, which can lead to discussions about the robot's interactions with its surroundings and the need to adapt to changing conditions. • Coding and Programming: While not a strictly scientific concept, coding and programming skills are essential for using floor robots. Students can learn the basics of writing and sequencing code, which is a valuable skill in the digital age. Collaboration and Communication: Working in groups to program and control floor robots fosters collaboration and communication skills. Students can learn to express their ideas and work together to achieve a common goal.

8. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT 8. Data Analysis and Interpretation: • The robot's sensors can collect data related to the environment, such as temperature or sound levels. Students can use this data for mathematical analysis, interpretation, and drawing conclusions. 9. Interdisciplinary Learning: • The use of the robot in mathematics can be integrated with other subjects, such as science and technology, providing opportunities for interdisciplinary learning. 10. Assessment and Evaluation: • Teachers can use the robot as an assessment tool, asking students to create programs to solve mathematical problems or complete challenges. This allows for both formative and summative assessment of mathematical skills. By incorporating a programmable robot with various sensors into the primary maths curriculum, teachers can make mathematics more interactive and engaging. It provides a hands - on, practical approach to learning mathematical concepts, which can be particularly beneficial for students who benefit from kinaesthetic and visual learning experiences.

11. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT 5. Storytelling: The robot can be used as a character or narrator in a storytelling performance. Its ability to move, create sound and use lights can bring stories to life in a captivating way. 6. Interactive Theatre: The robot's interactive capabilities can be used in immersive and interactive theatre experiences where audience members can influence the outcome of the performance through their interactions with the robot. 7. Experimental Art: The robot's combination of visual, auditory, and movement capabilities can be used in experimental and avant - garde art forms that challenge traditional artistic boundaries. Incorporating such a robot into arts education and performances not only adds a technological dimension to artistic endeavours but also encourages creativity, experimentation, and innovation. It allows students and artists to explore the intersection of art and technology, leading to the creation of unique and engaging art forms.

4. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT • Interdisciplinary Learning: Many science topics involve concepts from other subjects, such as mathematics. Sensors and data logging encourage interdisciplinary learning. Students can apply mathematical concepts to analyse data and make predictions, which aligns with the curriculum's emphasis on cross - curricular links. • Critical Thinking and Problem - Solving: Using sensors and data logging fosters critical thinking and problem - solving skills. Students may encounter unexpected results and need to troubleshoot or refine their experiments. This encourages them to think critically and adapt their approach, aligning with the primary science outcomes related to critical thinking. • Conceptual Understanding: Sensors and data logging support the development of a deep conceptual understanding of scientific principles. Students can explore abstract ideas, such as the relationship between light intensity and plant growth or the effects of forces, in a concrete and tangible way. • Environmental Awareness: Many primary science outcomes emphasise understanding and respecting the environment. Sensors can be used to monitor environmental factors like air quality, water quality, and weather conditions. Students can develop a greater appreciation for the natural world and the importance of environmental stewardship.

3. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT How can Loti - Bot’s sensors support science teaching and learning? • Engagement and Real - World Application: Sensors and data logging make science more engaging and relevant for students. By using sensors to collect real - time data, students can see the immediate impact of their actions. For example, they can measure temperature, light intensity, or sound levels in the classroom or outdoors. This hands - on, practical experience helps students connect abstract scientific concepts to the real world. • Data Collection and Analysis Skills: Using sensors and data logging tools, students learn how to collect and analyse data. This aligns with early science outcomes related to scientific inquiry and data handling. They can record measurements, create tables and graphs, and draw conclusions from the data they collect. This process helps develop their data analysis and interpretation skills. • Experiments and Investigations: Sensors and data logging allow students to conduct experiments and investigations with greater precision. For example, they can explore the impact of temperature on plant growth or measure the speed of objects in motion. The ability of the motors can be used to conduct experiments involving physical forces and torque. This supports the primary science outcome of developing scientific investigation skills.

10. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT 5. Collaborative Art: Multiple robots can be used in a collaborative art project. They can work together to create synchronised and coordinated visual and auditory experiences. Performing Arts: 1. Music and Sound Composition: The robot's speaker can be used to compose and play music. Students can program the robot to produce musical notes and rhythms, allowing them to experiment with sound composition and music theory. 2. Sound Effects: In theatre and film production, the robot can be used to generate sound effects in real - time. It can be programmed to produce a wide range of sounds to enhance live performances or videos. 3. Dance and Movement: The robot's motorized movement can be incorporated into dance routines or choreography. Students can create performances that blend human and robotic movement, adding a unique element to dance and theatre productions. 4. Light Shows: The robot's lights can be synchronised with music or other performances to create dynamic light shows. This can be used in concerts, dance performances, and other live events.

1. Loti - Bot is the newest member of the TTS bot family, featuring programmable movement, highly accurate drawing capabilities and a variety of inputs and outputs. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT How can Loti - Bot support early the development of early Computational Thinking skills and programming? • Direction and Movement: Students can learn about basic concepts of direction (e.g., forward, backward, left, right) and movement as they program the robot to navigate a specific path or reach a target. This helps them understand the relationship between commands and physical movement. • Position and Location: Using floor robots, students can explore the concepts of position and location by programming the robot to move to specific locations on a grid or map. They can also learn about coordinates and grid referencing. • Patterns and Sequences: Programming robots to follow a sequence of commands introduces the idea of patterns and sequences. Students can learn about the importance of following instructions in a specific order to achieve a desired outcome. • Distance and Measurement: By measuring the distance a robot travels or the number of steps it takes to reach a particular point, students can develop an understanding of basic measurement and distance concepts. • Cause and Effect: Students can experiment with programming commands to understand the cause - and - effect relationship. For example, they can observe how altering the sequence of commands can lead to different robot behaviours.

9. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT How can Loti - Bot’s support delivery of the arts? Here are some ways such a robot can enhance artistic creativity and education: Visual Arts: 1. Drawing and Painting: • The robot's ability to draw can be used to create unique and intricate artworks. Students can program the robot to produce different patterns, styles, and designs. It can serve as a tool for digital or robotic art creation. • Students can experiment with different colour combinations and mediums, incorporating LED lights to add visual effects to their art. 2. Interactive Art: The robot's lights can be programmed to create interactive art displays. For example, it can respond to sound or movement by changing its light patterns or colours, encouraging students to create dynamic, interactive art installations. 3. Mural and Large - Scale Art: With its motorised movement, the robot can be programmed to create large - scale murals or artworks on walls or canvases, allowing students to explore the concept of scale in art. 4. Kinetic Sculptures: The robot's ability to move and create art can be used to design kinetic sculptures. Students can experiment with creating moving art pieces that incorporate both visual and auditory elements.

7. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT 4. Patterns and Sequences: • Students can program the robot to follow specific patterns and sequences of movement. For example, they can create a program that makes the robot move in a repeating pattern to reinforce the concept of sequences and patterns in mathematics. This can be further supported when using the pen feature in Loti - Bot. 5. Problem - Solving: • Using the robot to solve mathematical problems, such as finding the shortest path from one point to another or navigating around obstacles, encourages problem - solving skills and critical thinking. 6. Time and Speed: • Students can use the robot to explore concepts of time and speed. They can time how long it takes the robot to move a certain distance and calculate its speed. This can be expanded as Loti - Bot has three programmable speed settings. 7. Multiplication and Division: • Students can create programs that involve repeated addition or subtraction, reinforcing multiplication and division concepts. For example, they can program the robot to move forward a certain distance, turn, and repeat the process several times to simulate multiplication.

6. LEARNING WITH... LOTI - BOT How can Loti - Bot support mathematical teaching and learning? Here are some ways Loti - Bot can be used to enhance mathematical learning: 1. Measurement and Geometry: • Length and Distance: Students can program the robot to move specific distances using its motorised movement and ultrasonic distance sensors. This helps them understand measurement concepts and units, such as centimetres and meters. • Area and Perimeter: Students can use the robot to explore area and perimeter by programming it to move and measure the sides of geometric shapes on the floor. • Angles: The robot's ability to move and turn at specific angles can help students learn about angles and degrees in a hands - on way. 2. Position and Location: • Students can use the robot's movement and sensors to explore concepts of position and location on a grid. They can program it to move to specific coordinates, teaching them about Cartesian coordinates and map reading. 3. Data Handling: • The robot's sensors, such as light and sound sensors, can be used to collect data. Students can program the robot to measure light intensity or sound levels at different locations in the classroom and record the data. They can then create graphs and charts to represent their findings.


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