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You can watch Zayba's seminar via Media Hopper : https://media.ed.ac.uk/media/1_y0nnvhat
This seminar was held on Friday 27th July at Moray House School of Education
Children's thoughts on teaching automation
Will robots take over teaching at schools? What aspects of teaching will they be good or bad at? This video is based on a series of vox pops that invited children to tell us about their thoughts on robots in general, what it would be like to have a robot teacher, and what might a robot be like in twenty years from now.
'I think they're quite intelligent'
'Might be a bit better at teaching becuase they know more answers to things'
The Move2Learn project video is one of nine short films (out of 214) to win the 'Presenter Choice' in the 2018 STEM for ALL Video Showcase
14th-21st May saw 713 presenters and co-presenters share 214 videos of their projects exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science education.
The Move2Learn project video was viewed over 2344 times (across the globe) attracting comments and discussion from researchers, facilitators, teachers, students and informal educators :