The Technology-Based Interventions for Students with Autism study is based at Indiana University, Bloomington. Led by Dr. Sarah Hurwitz, the purpose of this study is to implement a robot-based curriculum for students with autism in public elementary schools in Indiana. This study seeks to understand school staff’s experience using the robot-based curriculum and what they perceive as benefits and barriers to implementation of the intervention. Fifteen schools will be recruited and trained on how to implement the robot-based intervention. The research may help to improve implementation of social skills interventions for students with autism and lead to a better understanding of the role that technology plays in fostering learning.