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Recess: A Digital, SEL Playground

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How a Robot Named Milo Helps Special Needs Students in Pendleton, SC Learn

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RoboKind Phonics Study Validates Effectiveness

We are excited to share that our new phonics program, RoboKind Phonics, has been validated by a peer-reviewed study published in the International Journal of Educational Research..

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How RoboKind is transforming education for autistic students in South Ripley

RoboKind designs and manufactures advanced social robots and evidence-based curriculum programs to help educators across the world improve student outcomes. One of our products is..

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Help Your Students Learn to Love Reading

Learning to read can be a challenging and frustrating experience for many students, and as an educator, it can be disheartening to hear students describe reading in negative terms..

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Social robot ‘therapists’ help humans to interact

This article was originally published by our friends at ITWeb. 

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[VIDEO] 5 Things You Need To Create A Highly Successful Career In The Robotics Industry

This blog post is an excerpt from Authority Magazine's series "The Future of Robotics Over The Next Few Years" . View the original article here.

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RoboKind Announces New Lessons and Product Features for Summer 2022

Just in time for the new school year, we have made several exciting new updates to the RoboKind program, including:

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Closing The Gap Front Page Report: Facially-Expressive, Assistive Robots

Thanks to Marc Hagen at Closing the Gap for featuring RoboKind on the Front Page Report. Read the full article here. 

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Robot named 'Milo' helps special needs students in Pendleton South Carolina learn

This story was originally published by WYFF. View the full story here. PENDLETON, S.C. — Some autistic students in Anderson County are getting extra help in the classroom thanks..

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