Liz and robots at schools

by | Feb 22, 2018 | News | 1 comment

Dr Elizabeth Broadbent, Associate Professor in Health Psychology at the University of Auckland, says, “To date, schools have mainly used robotic kits to teach children how to build and program robots. We were interested in how students and teachers would respond to a different kind of robot, a companion robot. Would it be seen as useful? Would it make students more interested in learning about science and maths?”.  Interested in her research outcome? Let’s take a look at http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/ED1802/S00033/companion-robots-could-help-our-rural-schools.htm for more details.ugh his contribution in the field of Robotics.

 

 

Liz and robots at schools

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