Internal struggles aren’t always easy to see.
Part Student Voice.
Part Emotional Life Skills.
How Does it Work?
First Thing in the Morning
Students check-in and share how they are feeling.
Students practice self-awareness.
Light Touch Interventions
Based upon their check-in data, students are given a selection of individualized strategies.
Students build self-awareness and regulation skills.
Teacher is provided real-time data, with actionable insights to meet their students’ well-being needs.
Data Drives Experience
Teachers, administrators and counselors have access to real time and longitudinal data, both aggregated and disaggregated.
This data, coupled with student voice, takes the guesswork out of prevention.
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