Community Meeting ( Nov 29 ): Human-robot interaction for inclusive coding education
obara.justin at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 12:36:52 UTC 2022
At this week’s Community Meeting <https://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Community+workshops+and+design+crits> ( Nov 29, 2022 ) Maysa Borges Gama will be speaking about her work on Human-robot interaction for inclusive coding education.
Educational Robotics is a widely researched and applied field, but most robotics courses for children and young are not designed or adapted for learners with disability. This context is even less explored when we observe the use of social robots for education since most human-robot interactions designed for people with disability are focused in rehabilitation, mobility, or diagnosis. Robots, especially social robots, can act as powerful tools for teaching coding to school-aged children with special needs. In this meeting, I am going to present a status report on my master's course project that seeks to adapt the Weavly <https://weavly.org/> platform experience into a human-robot interaction.
2:00 - 3:00pm ET
Remotely: Zoom <https://ocadu.zoom.us/j/727986784?pwd=dFp2a1dybkEyUHFSa0NyOU4wVk94Zz09>
Please visit the Inclusive Design Critiques and Workshops <https://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Community+workshops+and+design+crits> wiki page, for more information including the schedule of upcoming events.
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