RoboKind, the creators of robots4autism and Milo, have introduced Jett, the coding and programming robot, along with the robots4STEM curriculum. Designed to teach all students—including those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)—the coding and programming skills they need to ignite a lasting interest in STEM, Jett is the younger sibling of RoboKind’s facially expressive robot Milo.
Individuals with ASD often thrive in process-driven, repetitious settings, and this aligns with skills needed to learn coding and programming. Jett empowers all students to be agents of their own education, giving a number of traditionally underserved groups access to coding and STEM.
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