Get a pulse of all of your students by seeing an overview of their check-ins. View daily check-ins as well as all-time to see class and social-emotional trends. You also have the ability to access the Videos and Activities you’ve posted.
Kids and young adults need social-emotional skills to be successful at school, home, and for the rest of their lives.
The Discovery App unlocks the potential of your classroom to stay connected from a social emotional standpoint, no matter where they are. From inside the classroom to living rooms across your city – your students will have the power to check-in, message, view activities and watch videos. It’s easy to use and secure for everyone.
Your Group Dashboard
- View Student Check-Ins
- Add Videos (via Youtube + Vimeo)
- Upload Worksheets + PDFs
- Real-time Messages
Daily Student Check-Ins.
Your students will be prompted to check-in every day with a status that is either Great, OK or Not Good. From there they can choose an emoji that best fits their mood that day. View daily and all-time check-ins to see trends and patterns with kids for prevention and early intervention.
You may never know the power of one encouraging, positive word to a student. In the app, send real-time messages to your students to stay engaged and give encouragement. Use the data from Check-ins to see how they’ve been feeling over the past few weeks.
Did You Know?
Texting/Messaging can improve interpersonal relationships, help people deal with traumatic events and bridge intergenerational gaps. Research backs this up: A recent study conducted by psychologists at the University of California at Berkeley found sending and receiving text messages boosted texters’ moods when they were feeling upset or lonely.
Video + Activity Uploads
Post group updates via the Video module by uploading to your YouTube or Vimeo channel. Easily add new classroom activities (PDF or JPG) for your entire group to access and download.
Safe Spots for Students in Need of Help.
Your students can submit a SafeSpot if there is something they need to talk with you about in private. This allows students a more personal connection to talk through how they’re feeling and if they’re dealing with a deeper trauma or situation at school or at home. Mark resolved after you have addressed the issue.
According to The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL):
are committed to developing students’ social and emotional skills in their schools
want a greater focus on social and emotional learning
give greater importance to their children being happy and not overly stressed, than doing well in school.
Part of the Full Discovery Series Suite by Rewriting Futures
Tools to help build a solid social-emotional foundation, nurture healthy relationships and provide prevention and early intervention.