The Next Wave of Learning with Humanoid Robot: Learning Innovation Design starts with “Hello NAO”
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Today, robotics is a rapidly growing field and has received significant attention in the society. A humanoid robot is a robot that is built based on the human body structure. It is often seen to resemble human behavior and cognition, and manages to perform tasks in a similar way as human being. Humanoid robots are now increasingly used in fields such as education, hospitality, entertainment and healthcare. They are expected to serve as humans’ daily companion and personal assistant. The paper reports a work-in progress pilot study that design the learning innovation with humanoid robot, NAO. Rule-based reasoning and progress test design are developed and recommended. The learning innovation programs has been developed based on the design and pilot tested at the learning and teaching at Monash University Malaysia. Future work and recommendation are discussed in innovative technology engaging learning
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Chua, X.N. & Chew. E. (2015). The Next Wave of Learning with Humanoid Robot: Learning Innovation Design starts with “Hello NAO”. In T. Reiners, B.R. von Konsky, D. Gibson, V. Chang, L. Irving, & K. Clarke (Eds.), Globally connected, digitally enabled. Proceedings Ascilite 2015, Perth, pp. 52-:56.
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