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Robotics for teaching and supporting learning

Instructional Robotics

Gold Coast, Australia
Use of robots to present lessons/lectures and act as small group and personal learning assistants for students in K12 & university as they complete learning activities using image & voice recognition. The aim is to better understand the teaching and learning process, of what can be automated, & explore if there is anything that cannot be automated in the teaching and learning process.
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Instructional Robotics

Dr Jason Zagami, Griffith University
““Any teacher who can be replaced by a machine should be” Arthur C. Clarke”

Dr Jason Zagami, Griffith University

What we do?

Explore the uses of robotics in teaching and learning.

Why we do it?

To better understand the learning and teaching process, what can be automated, and what, if anything, cannot.

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Innovation Overview
TEACHERS
Target Group
600
Children/Users
1
Country
2018
Established
Not-for-profit
Organisation
44
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Tips for implementation
Currently using a Softbank Robotics NAO robot as it provides the level of voice and image recognition needed for student-robot interaction, but simple presentations could be conducted with many available robots. Audio quality is one of the key limitations with current robot speaker quality.
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