Social- Emotional Learning , Autism Spectrum Disorder , And ROBOTS

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Chaidi Irene , Drigas Athanasios


People with ASD show deficits in their emotional intelligence in terms of expression, and recognition of others' emotions, resulting in difficulties in interactive communication and socialization. Social-emotional learning (SEL) can help children with autism develop an awareness of emotions and build social relationships. The development of SE L can be achieved through strategic methods and media such as interactive technologies and especially robots, which appear to be an important educational tool in the education of individuals with ASD.

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