Robots that encourage interactive play, STEM learning

05/1/2014 | ScientificAmerican.com

Robots are being used in kindergarten through graduate-school classrooms to capture students' imaginations and create a physical learning process. This article lists four robot platforms that can be used to teach science, technology, engineering and math. For example, Play-i robots are designed to make programming concepts accessible to young children, while more advanced students can use Linkbots to customize and create various robot types.

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