Wooster’s education department uses Ohmni Robots in place of in-person field experience amid pandemic restrictions
Due to the coronavirus pandemic this year, the department decided it wouldn’t be safe to have in-person field placements. Instead, by rotating three robots that record a live video through six different elementary, middle, and high school classrooms, Wooster students are still receiving invaluable classroom experience. Navigated remotely by Wooster professors, the robots, called Ohmni Robots, allow college students to virtually observe a teacher working in real time.
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