QTrobot educational curricula for autism and special needs education
Children should learn about the people who work in their locality, to help build their social awareness and to know who will help them in different situations. QTrobot teaches children to recognize and name the people who help us in our town. Children will learn when they might meet some of these workers. QTrobot takes children through a hospital visit, shopping in the supermarket, and a school field trip to teach them about the people who help us each day.
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Social skill curriculum is a teaching tool developed to target a variety of social skills. The focus of this curriculum is on the social skills which individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, other developmental delays or behaviour challenges may lack. Learning the social skills as defined in our curriculum, are geared towards obtaining more social success in an individual’s life. When social skills expand, the individual has more opportunities to interact with the environment and thus the quality of life can be improved. The skills are taught step by step as the individuals progress and master the prerequisites.
QTrobot Early Stage Development curriculum For autism and special needs education focuses on teaching a variety of critical skills including social, cognitive and language development skills that cover the developmental milestones of the first 48 months of life. The curriculum has 100 units broken into 4 levels, each covering 1 year of development. The curriculum is designed to teach new skills step by step and includes a variety of activities designed to support the maintenance and generalization of the learner skills.
QTrobot emotional ability training curriculum for autism and special needs education focuses on teaching skills related to emotion recognition, emotion understanding as well as emotion regulation skills such as calming down and showing empathy. QTrobot emotional skills training allows students with autism and social-developmental difficulties to practice emotions in a simplified and understandable manner.