The study aims to discuss the robotic learning, which relates to the designing of four-legged robot, language programming, controlling the single-chip and communicating the process, for high school students. 28 sophomore students participate in the groups of collaboration or cooperation, and each student records the assessments of the designing robot, the programming, the single-chip controller, and the communication process in each week class. The class is eight weeks course. After each class, four experts assess each assessment for exploring the relation between each assessment in robotics learning. The purpose of this study explore the differences between each group in robotics learning. The result of the study indicates that the students in collaborative group are outstanding than the group of cooperation.