Robot-assisted instruction: what is it? How it works? Will a robot replace me? – Colombia School of Medicine
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About the program
Research has shown that robots can be an effective tool for teachers and special education therapists.
Students with special needs, especially students on the autism spectrum, pay more attention to robot-assisted instruction than other “traditional” types of instruction.
So how does it all work? Are you telling me that I have to learn how to program a robot?
Learn more about robot-assisted instruction, how it works, and how it can help students achieve more and help the teacher or therapist show results.
About the presenter
Ted Klopp, Westminster Technologies
Ted Klopp has worked with teachers and therapists in the field of special education for the past decade. As the right hand of his wife’s business, Ted is tasked with doing a bit of everything. His experience includes, but is not limited to, sales, marketing, training and demonstrations. Specifically, Ted ensures that customers are successful with the products and services they choose. When Ted is not at work, he specializes in telling bad jokes, boring his wife and trying to raise their three boys (twins aged 7 and 9).