Example lesson: Waste segregation
The teacher divides students into two groups and gives each student 5 empty packagings and a set of stationery materials. The task is to build recycling bins for waste segregation out of the packaging they brought. Please make sure they use location-specific color coding. While children are building their trash cans, the teacher distributes paper, glass, and plastic waste.
Having built the dumpsters, children take turns to draw one color from the bag and program the robot to arrive at the location of the desired piece of debris. Then, they collect it and toss it into the corresponding garbage can. The teacher chooses the interface appropriate for the lesson. In younger groups, children can use the simple Joystick-like interface; in older, they can use advanced programming interfaces.