Systematic literature review and meta-analysis of key features in educational robotics
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This article aims to synthesize literatures in Educational Robotics and presents key features of systematic literature review and structured meta-analysis of the literature. Population consists of 247 papers from 10 databases, ranging from 1996 to 2012. Results show that common problems in Educational Robotics are high cost of tools, license, and differences in students’ background knowledge. Trends of existing researches focus on development of software and low cost robot training package in order to promote students’ practice in problem-solving skills and teamwork in experience-based learning to enhance self-motivation and experience with real world applications. It was also found from the synthesis that qualitative-based evaluation of tool and learning achievement process was rare, even though it is a key factor that indicates quality of learning process.
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