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.
- Strong Communities Create Safer Schools. How Can We Build Them?Amidst rising national violence statistics, what role do school communities play in helping to keep students safe and emotionally well? Students across the country can feel the impact of elevated violent crime in their communities. According to the FBI’s 2020 Uniform Crime Report, the number of violent crimes increased year over… Read more »
- Improving Educator Well-Being and Reducing Burnout and Stress Using SEL Professional Developmentby Christina Whalen, Ph.D., BCBA – Director of Research Rethink Ed believes in nurturing educators and students, and advocates for empowering and supporting teachers and building an SEL culture to create a school climate that keeps the teachers as well as the students engaged, learning, and making progress. Christina Whalen… Read more »