Abacusan Stúdió

Trainings

The aim of the experience-based training is to introduce the potential of the RIDE (Robotics for the Inclusive Development of Atypical and Typical Children) method and to prepare teachers to use it. 

The RIDE method, which is expanding across Europe, combines the concepts of inclusive pedagogy, the use of educational robots and digital storytelling. 

The aim of the experience-based training is to introduce the RIDE (Robotics for the Inclusive Development of Atypical and Typical Children) method to the students and to train the teachers to use it. 

The RIDE method, used Europe-wide, combines digital storytelling, the use of educational robots and the development of text comprehension and language skills. 

Our experience-based training is open to kindergarten teachersteachers and special needs teachers. The aim of the training is to introduce the ArTeC Early Years programmewhich is used worldwideto develop the learning skillslogical thinking and 21st century skills, STEM basics through play and to prepare teachers to use the programme. 

The aim of the experience-based training is to give participants an insight into the use of educational robots in the classroom, in line with the latest trends. 

Participants will learn about the potential of robots that can be programmed without a computer to develop skills and to facilitate differentiated, playful learning. 

The robots can be used from 6 to 18 years old thanks to their different programming possibilities. 

We welcome teachers, primary and secondary school teachers for our experiential training.

Participants will learn about stop motion animation. We combine drawing and craft activities with mobile phone photography, storytelling and sound design.

Teachers will be trained in the tools and types of tasks to prepare for children of different ages.