Study suggests potential of robots to improve student learning

01/17/2012 | CNET

Robots have the potential to be an important learning tool for students, according to new study by media-research company Latitude and the Lego Learning Institute. The study found children have an idealized view of robots and using them in education could allow students to be self-directed in their learning, as well as to learn at their own pace.

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