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Robotics and Education - Infographic (Leapfrog Initiatives)
 

Robotics and Education - Infographic (Leapfrog Initiatives)

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Robotics have reached a level of sophistication that it is wholly reasonable to start seeing them in a range of environments where they will interact with humans. The classroom is no exception. In ...

Robotics have reached a level of sophistication that it is wholly reasonable to start seeing them in a range of environments where they will interact with humans. The classroom is no exception. In fact, remote controlled robots have already been introduced in classrooms in South Korea and Japan. In South Korea robots are used in primary school classrooms to teach English (Learn more about EngKey). Some of these educational robots are remote controlled by teachers operating out of the Philippine Islands. In Japan, there are known instances where teachers have used remote controlled robots to teach courses in classrooms far away from where they live (E.g. Hiroshi Ishiguro). There are a range of tasks that robots can take over in classrooms, ranging from classroom management to engaging students. With the development of other related technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robots can conceivably even become involved in instruction itself.

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    • BUILD YOUR LEARNING WITH ROBOTICS Man is a robot with defects. —Emil Cioran Some learners have greater comfort level with robot teacher ACCESS Safety in exploring dangerous terrain, allowing learners field trips to space, undersea, etc. Promote cultural Eliminate sensitivity language barriers Offers hospitalized and specialneeds learners telepresence Teleexploration Ties the three together Robots have limitless access to knowledge Encourage designbased learning Assist with individualized learning paths INTERACT This is your brain. Applies consistency to systems ADAPT Better ability to track, catalog learning Changing role of classroom in social learning Ultimate database/ network of knowledge This is your brain on robotic learning. CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION: HTTP://LEAPFROG.UMN.EDU/FUTUREOFEDUCATION ORGANIZED BY THE TECHNOLOGY REDESIGN TASK GROUP FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP, POLICY, AND DEVELOPMENT Potential undesirable effects to account for: • lack of interpersonal interaction—learning from peers • learning how to work in hierarchical system • cost of development (ROI?)