As the modern world progresses, applications for robotic environments become more prevalent. Increasing demand for robotics has encouraged schools to provide a wider variety of coding and systems classes. Many challenges can arise from teaching robotics, some consisting of a lack of availability, the cost of machinery, and sometimes even a lack of time to effectively teach the curriculum. New virtual programs are being developed that can offer potential solutions to the main issues physical robotics faces. EVRS and VRP-Cs are slowly being introduced into classrooms to be tested against physical robots. The goal of these tests is not to determine which method is best, however, it is to study the differences the curriculum s have on a student’s learning methods.
Mr. Joseph R. Chretien
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"Literature Review Of Physical And Virtual Robotics In Educational Environments,"
SACAD: John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activity Days: Vol. 2023, Article 126.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/sacad/vol2023/iss2023/126