As part of a collaborative learning strategy in its schools, Indus International School launched India’s first innovative teaching robot, the Robot Eagle. Three of the Indus schools have 21 Eagle robots deployed, with seven in each of Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Pune. Robot Eagle is highly interactive, personalizes the experience and emulates emotions through the digital face.
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- Robot Eagle is able to teach children in grades 5-11 alone or in a classroom with a human teacher.
- Over 30 different languages can be used to impart knowledge, and through the use of analytics, they can answer questions, clear up confusion, and administer an automated exam at the end of the lesson.
- All science and humanities courses, including languages, are taught by robot eagles. Children can interact with the robot’s assessment and materials via mobile devices, tablets or laptops.
- Indus International School is committed to serving the noble cause of Telangana Chief Minister Shri K Chandrasekhar Rao after being moved by the Telangana government’s goal of establishing model schools across the state.
- To Smt. Fr. Sabitha Indra Reddy’s Desk, Lieutenant General Arjun Ray and Ms Aparna Achanta demonstrated the performance of Eagle robots to discuss the possibilities of using them in public schools.
- To raise the standard of education in public schools in Karnataka, Indus International School has already deployed 30 robots.
Robots and the collaborative learning paradigm have three advantages:
- They improve student success
- They increase the effectiveness of teaching,
- They minimize teacher effort.
The robot package comes with preloaded content that can be created and used for a variety of programs in a variety of languages. Teachers are introduced to the use of robots through a teacher training program.
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- Chief Minister of Telangana: Shri K Chandrasekhar Rao
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