Research & More

Here are a variety of case studies and success stories involving Milo and the Robots4Autism program:

Success Stories:

KIPP Truth Elementary Shady Lane Elementary
Spartanburg 7 Tennessee

Case Studies:

KIPP Truth  Robot-Child Interaction

The Robots4Autism program also provides data collection through a web portal as a student selects an answer on a tablet. Examples of collected data include score, amount of use, date and time, and lesson history. This is extremely helpful for both tracking a student’s progress and determining if the student is meeting IEP goals. You can see examples of the Web Portal in this PDF.

The economic benefit being realized by school districts = 1/20th the cost to provide services, with better results. The self-regulation and calm-down techniques students learn have been shown to generate approximately 15% more teaching time.

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