MOVIA’s proprietary WOZ Teacher’s Aid system is easy to use and includes everything you need to provide fun and effective training. The robot leads the children through games and activities. Each activity is designed to provide fundamental skills training using evidence based techniques.
MOVIA’s software is an easy-to-use, highly customizable framework for providing therapeutic activities and academic content to special needs students. Our software is compatible with a variety of humanoid robots, including NAO, QT and iPal, each providing an appealing and nonthreatening platform for social interaction and instruction.
Our software enables robots to interact with and engage children with special needs, particularly Autism as well as typically developing children. The Woz Teacher’s Aid system ensures simple, consistent lesson delivery. Turnkey solution
Robot leads child through educational activities. The system is dynamic and can change to meet the day to day needs of students. Each lesson can be customized to meet the cognitive level as well as the participation level of the child.
To ensure that the software is easy to use it has been designed in collaboration with teachers and therapists.
Our system provides a base for interaction, communication, and collaboration. It provides activities that promote social and cognitive engagement. It facilitates a positive learning environment by dynamically leading children through activities using evidence based prompting and instructional design.
Training and service packages available.
Movia Robotics Curriculum content is designed to give a well-rounded capability to the teachers and therapists serving the special needs community. Each Lesson Topic helps with social skills, learning readiness, pragmatic communication, academics and skills for daily living. The lessons are designed to promote engagement within social and educational environments.
The curriculum has been developed in collaboration with teachers, therapists, and researchers.
The system is able to provide training and practice of both verbal and non-verbal skills embedded within social contexts.
Examples include the following: Joining a group, Turn Taking, Imitation, Greetings, Recognizing Emotions, Listening & Sharing ideas.