Can robot teachers work?

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Christiaan Huygens Lyceum in Eindhoven experimented on Tuesday to see whether the shortage of teachers can be solved with robots.

Max Baker, a Mechatronics lecturer at Fontys Hogeschool Engineering, showed a classroom full of children how far Eindhoven is in putting robots in front of the classroom. This is part of the robotics course taught at Frits Philips Lyceum, which is part of Christiaan Huygens.

Not everyone is as excited about this idea. Many teachers and students find personal attention, that a robot can not give, too important. They do see a solution in a combination of a robot and a teacher.


Translated by: Bob

Edited by: Melinda

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