Framework for robotics in education: Some experiences and case studies in test arena based projects
Chiou, A., Lye, N.C., Lai, R. and Wong, K.W. (2011) Framework for robotics in education: Some experiences and case studies in test arena based projects. In: 5th IEEE International Conference on E-Learning in Industrial Electronics, ICELIE 2011, 7 - 10 November, Melbourne, Australia pp. 28-33.
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The utilization of robots as an educational medium in teaching and learning has in recent times become prominent. This paper presents a framework identifying the necessary constructs that establishes a sustainable model for using test arenas in educational robotics as an educational tool. Several successful implementation of this framework is demonstrated, covering projects and research activities ranging from advanced level software engineering courses to higher research degree. Areas of the project includes, search and rescue, intelligent navigation, search and detection and computer-aided learning (CAL) to design and build competitive dancing and soccer playing robots.
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