Robotics in education: Psychological relationships with “making-artifacts,“ computers, and mathematics in Japan

@article{Nomura2008RoboticsIE,
  title={Robotics in education: Psychological relationships with “making-artifacts,“ computers, and mathematics in Japan},
  author={Tatsuya Nomura and Atsushi Omori and Yusuke Suzuki and Hiroaki Mizohata and Keigo Yasumura},
  journal={2008 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2008},
  pages={3668-3673}
}
In the recent situation that robotics is expected for education of technologies and sciences in Japan, it is important to consider what psychological states should be achieved in students, and understand how far the current states are from the states to be achieved, especially from the perspective of ldquomaking-artifactsrdquo in the sense of manufacturing industries. This paper reports some case studies to explore psychological relationships between robots, ldquomaking-artifacts,rdquo… CONTINUE READING

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