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A survey on the use of humanoid robots in primary education: Prospects, research challenges and future research directions
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences
In parallel with the significant and exciting advancements in robot technologies, the use of humanoid robots to support teaching strategies and learning goals has become a popular topic. Different from the traditional instructional or learning tools, humanoid robots can exhibit mobile behaviours and numerous repetitions and are very helpful to the students in developing problem-solving and collaboration abilities. Presently, the roles of humanoid robots in classrooms fall into four maindoi:10.18844/cjes.v14i3.3291 fatcat:q2xmslhgjzhldgbpytnkqhwj5u