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Robot-Assisted Instruction for Children with Autism: How Can Robots Be Used in Special Education?

In today’s high-tech world, quality teaching in special education is an essential factor that many specialists need to fulfill. Special …

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BBC Click Features MOVIA Robotics in its segment “Behind the Mask”

This week on Click, Paul Carter looks at robots designed to help autistic children, and Spencer finds out why three …

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MOVIA Robotics’ Director of Curriculum, Monica O’Brien, Named 2021 Connecticut “Mother Of The Year®”

MOVIA’s Monica O’Brien Chosen As One Of The Nation’s Best Mothers Honored For Devotion To Motherhood, Leadership, And Community Service …

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Meet The Inventors: Timothy Gifford On How To Go From Idea To Launch

Do not depend too heavily on another company for your success. Always make sure that your product does not integrate …

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Maintaining and Improving Skills During COVID-19 with Robot-Assisted Instruction

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many children are falling behind due to compromises in therapy and education services. Children with disabilities …

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With new investment, Bristol educational robotics maker seeks growth

For some kids with autism, interacting with teachers and peers can be one of the biggest challenges they confront in …

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A Class in COVID: CT-based robotics company develops robots geared toward interacting with kids on autism spectrum

(WTNH) — Folks with autism have trouble reading people’s faces and voices. They don’t get tone and nuance very well. …

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MOVIA Robotics Product Review for Robot-Assisted Instruction for Children with Autism & Other Special Needs

Most importantly, the robots and the programs are designed to be easy for teachers and/or therapists to use while working …

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In Bristol, Connecticut, meet the brains behind the ‘Bots’

The Movia team uses RAI – or Robot-Assisted Instruction – to program robots to teach kids on the autism spectrum …

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MOVIA Robotics Provides Virtual Learning Assistance for Children with Special Needs

MOVIA Robotics, Inc. is a Connecticut-based robotics company that helps children with learning disabilities. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the …

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Bringing Robot-Assisted Instruction to the Underserved on the Autism Spectrum

Bristol Robotics Company Provides Support to Special Needs Families Facing Challenges While Parenting During Pandemic.  Movia Robotics Inc. (MOVIA) has …

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UConn Startup Brings Collaborative Robotics to Children with Special Needs

Movia Robotics, Inc. (Movia), based in Bristol, Connecticut, has developed technology that helps children on the autism spectrum with social …

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