Motivating Children to Learn Arithmetic with an Adaptive Robot Game View Full Text


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DATE

2011

AUTHORS

Joris B. Janssen , Chrissy C. van der Wal , Mark A. Neerincx , Rosemarijn Looije

ABSTRACT

Based on a ‘learning by playing’ concept, a basic arithmetic learning task was extended with an engaging game to achieve long-term educational interaction for children. Personalization was added to this learning task, to further support the child’s motivation and success in learning. In an experiment, twenty children (aged 9-10) interacted three times, spread over days, with a robot using the combined imitation and arithmetic game to test this support. Two versions of the robot were implemented. In one implementation the complexity of the arithmetic progressed towards a predefined group target. In the other version the assignments increased in complexity until a personal end level was reached. A subsequent free-choice period showed that children’s motivation to play (and learn) was high, particularly when the game progressed to a personal target. Furthermore results show that most children in the last condition reach higher levels compared to the predefined group level. More... »

PAGES

153-162

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2007-12. Design strategies to improve patient motivation during robot-aided rehabilitation in JOURNAL OF NEUROENGINEERING AND REHABILITATION
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    Social Robotics

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    978-3-642-25503-8
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