Educational robotics

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1 Introduction

Educational robotics can refer to two streams of education:

(1) Using robotics to teach/learn various subjects like programming, mathematics, general problem solving and meta-cognition. In that respect, educational robotics can be associated with the cognitive tools tradition.

(2) Teaching robotics, including mechatronics and computer programming

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2 Links

2.1 General

2.2 Systems

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  • Poppy. A DIY robot in several versions, programmable with scratch
  • Toio. As of 2017, Sony's latest toy.