Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference
SITE 2016: 27th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
This study explores the affordances provided by the use of the NAO robot in an early childhood classroom. Using the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework as a guide, the researchers analyzed the interactions and relationships between teachers, students, and learning, and the unique curricular opportunities and outcomes provided by the NAO robot.
Original Publication Citation
Crompton, H., Burke, D., Sunday, K., Baker, P., Gregory, K., & Asija, J. (2016). Humanoid robots supporting children’s intellectual and social dispositions in an early childhood setting. Paper presented at the SITE 2016: 27th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Savannah, GA, March 21-26, 2016.
Crompton, Helen; Burke, Diane; Sunday, Kristine; Baker, Peter; Gregory, Kristin; and Asija, John, "Humanoid Robots Supporting Children’s Intellectual and Social Dispositions in an Early Childhood Setting" (2016). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 110.