Technology is redefining what it means to live in society and be human.
This book assembles research and practice on educational robotics (intelligent machines) with a particular focus on the practices in Britain and Italy, the latter of which is a leading nation in preparing students for the New Industrial Age.
Now that intelligent machines are capable of undertaking all routing tasks, robotics can provide three-dimensional development — personal, practical and academic — for the improved communication and thinking that students need for higher-level work. Students no longer need drilling in facts, now accessed by the touch of a button, but require greater attention to personal and practical abilities to meet global challenges.
Readers are made aware of new learning approaches to achieve the flexible, broader abilities that aid survival and well-being.