With the help of four robots named Lucky, instructors at Tennessee’s Tullahoma City Schools (TCS) and Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes have teamed up to provide an innovative way to educate students.
The goal of the partnership with TCS’s four elementary schools and Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes is to offer long-distance reading support using these instructional robots.
According to Kim Adkins, district assessment coordinator, “We and another district are the only two to try this program within the state of Tennessee. I talked to the principal at that school district in Anderson County and he went school-wide with the program. He said that of all the students they didn’t have one kid who did not show progress.”