Collaborative Robotics: More Than Just Working in Groups

@inproceedings{Taylor2016CollaborativeRM,
  title={Collaborative Robotics: More Than Just Working in Groups},
  author={Kellie Taylor and Youngkyun Baek},
  year={2016}
}
The purpose of this study was to determine what collaborative interventions produce positive effects for students working on collaborative robotics projects for science process skills, collaborativ... 
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