Simulated Learning, Real Results

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Learning interactively is learning more.

Mr. Michael Zurba, BSc. BEd. PBDE. MEd., a graduate student at the time, conducted a study through the University of Manitoba to figure out whether students benefited from the use of virtual simulation while learning to build and program physical robots. He chose The Virtual Robotics Toolkit (VRT) to help answer this question.

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