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Robomaths: Robotics to Learn Mathematics in an Architecture Degree

Author(s): L. Hilario, M. C. Mora, N. Montés, C. Edo

Citation: L. Hilario, M. C. Mora, N. Montés, C. Edo, (2020) "Robomaths: Robotics to Learn Mathematics in an Architecture Degree," Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, Vol. 15, Iss. 5, pp. 93-102

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


The abstract part of mathematics is a difficult matter included in many subjects in university degrees. Specifically, in architecture degrees students lack interest in this topic if they don’t experience its immediate application. In addition, technological skills are required at every educational level and the students of these degrees are usually more interested in art than in technology. With the aim of encouraging architecture students' interest in mathematics and technology, a methodology is presented here that includes the use of robotics in maths lectures. The key idea is to make the abstract part of mathematics understandable by means of robots.