Create healthy school climates with our comprehensive K-12 solution that includes professional learning, multi-tiered curriculum and assessment and data-tracking tools.
Promote a greater awareness and understanding of mental health while providing preventative strategies to support the success of your school community.
Empowers educators with training and instructional tools to support and monitor student learning, behavior, and goals.
Provides an effective system of self-paced, on demand courses that makes quality professional development scalable and cost effective.
There’s a Rethink Ed solution for every educational challenge—from on-demand professional development, to fast digital data management, active learning strategies and streamlined IEP goal writing. Rethink Ed can effortlessly scale and adapt to your school or district’s unique needs.
The power of technology combined with evidence-based curriculum empowers educators to deliver fully integrated instruction and gives all students the opportunity to achieve academic, behavioral, adaptive, and social/emotional success.
Rethink Ed provides meaningful training, instruction, social and emotional learning, and more to help all educators live up to their potential, so all students can live up to theirs.
- One Size Does Not Fit All: Autism Spectrum DisordersBy: Christina Whalen, PhD, BCBA April is Autism Awareness Month. This is a great time to build our understanding and to celebrate these individuals, their loved ones, and their educational and behavioral support teams. Not one person with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is the same. With an estimated prevalence of… Read more »
- How Social Emotional Learning Can Help Facilitate Safe and Productive Conversations About Difficult Topics: The Ukraine/Russia ConflictBy: Christina Whalen, PhD, BCBA The pandemic, terrorist attacks, social injustice, and war can evoke complicated emotions, particularly for children and teens. The Ukraine and Russia conflict has caused a lot of uncertainty and fear, and students are likely hearing a lot of information, some of which may be misleading… Read more »