1.WHAT IS THE NEW RESEARCH SAY?
This is one of the key findings of the new study, which found that both young people and their trainers valued the robot’s positive contribution in the classroom. the use of robots in the public education system has undoubtedly great potential. overall, the results suggest that robots have a positive impact on students.
2.WHICH IS THE RESULT OF A QT ROBOT?
Dautenhahn, along with two other engineering scientists and three experts from the learning disabilities association, decided to change that and ran a series of tests on a small humanoid robot called qt. the robot’s ability to perform gestures with its head and hands, along with its vocal and facial features, make it very suitable for use with children with learning disabilities.
3.HOW THE ROBOT WILL BE WITH CHILDREN?
In addition to introducing sessions, the robots set goals and offered self-adjusting strategies as needed. when the learning process gets out of hand, the robot uses strategies such as games, puzzles, jokes, breathing exercises and body movements to get the student back on task.
Students who received robot assistance “generally engaged more enthusiastically with their assignments and were able to complete them faster” than those without robot assistance. further research with robots is planned.