Recess: A Digital, SEL Playground: Autism Education
How a Robot Named Milo Helps Special Needs Students in Pendleton, SC Learn
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.
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..
Humanoid Robot helps Autistic Students in St. John
This radio story was originally published by Prairie Public Broadcasting. View the full story here.
Autism Acceptance: Meet Dan Lance, our Autistic Content Developer
What does Autism Acceptance mean to you? At RoboKind, it means accomodating differences and celebrating neurodiversity.
Meet Milo, the teaching robot at St. John School
This originial article was published by the Turtle Mountain Star on April 11, 2022 by Jason Nordmark.
St. John School is First in North Dakota to Adopt Humanoid Robot to Teach Social Skills
April 4, 2022 - RoboKind, an edtech company creating socially-assistive robotics programs designed to improve outcomes for autistic students, announces a new partnership with St...
Autism Acceptance RoboKind Coloring Showcase
Autism acceptance is not just a buzzword — it is action.
Can a Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum Make the Difference?
We are approaching two years into the pandemic, and students have suffered the loss of a substantial amount of social and educational time. How has this affected autistic..
The problem with autism functioning labels - and how to fix it.
It is often one of the first questions that might be asked upon hearing that someone is autistic: “Are they high-functioning or low-functioning?”