Evaluating the role of a humanoid robot to support learning in children with profound and multiple disabilities

By: Hedgecock, Joseph.
Contributor(s): Beer, Charlotte | Brown, David | Standen, P. J | Stewart, David S.
Series: Journal of Assistive Technologies 8 (3) 2014: 111-123. 2014Subject(s): ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY | SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | CHILDREN | EDUCATION | EFFECTIVENESS | ENGAGEMENTSummary: The purpose of this paper is to identify ways teachers might employ a robot to achieve learning objectives with pupils with intellectual disabilities and potential outcome measures.
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The purpose of this paper is to identify ways teachers might employ a robot to achieve learning objectives with pupils with intellectual disabilities and potential outcome measures.

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