Interpersonal relationships are bound by communication and by developing social skills one becomes more charismatic. Relating with people and being able to work in groups requires well-developed communicative skills in both verbal and physical presence.
Social robots are used to train skills of social communication, social interaction and behaviour in children and young people with special challenges such as autism, ADHD, and other general or specific developmental disorders. Social robots are able to create an enhanced awareness and the children are more concentrated in training sessions with the robots as opposed to in mainstream educational environments.
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The interactiveness of the robots enables for children of all ages to learn to make sense of the world around them in a fun and engaging way.
Social robots enables for socially challenged kids to interact and learn in neutral socio-emotional environments.
Enable learning through shared activities that are not bound by interpersonal emotions.
Milo teaches preschool and middle school children, how to determine facial expressions, as well as teaching them how to behave in social gatherings.
Nao is an interactive, fun, humanoid robot. Nao is a reliable platform, when we deal with traditional as well as new forms of teaching in school. The robot support teachers in various experiments and demonstrations during class - teaching and social learning made fun.
"For several years we have taught our pupils programming. Thus, we have found that working with these new technologies is much more motivating for the children. Much more than learning through books in fact."
"The robots are not exclusively aimed at children with special needs. Also children with other social challenges have a significant benefit of these robots."
"When one observes the interaction between the child and the robot and sees what it can do with in terms of language development, then become sincerely impressed. Nao and Zeno are some of the robots where we can see a remarkable difference in results, derived from the institutions daily work."
Spark a lasting desire to pursue a career in STEM related fields. The job market of the future call for competencies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics - and coding.
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