Students Are ‘Checking In’ To A Better State Of Wellbeing
In the US, a majority of schools are delivering instruction through remote or hybrid learning creating a real-time need for schools and teachers to identify and address the mental health and wellbeing of their students. One Australian company, founded by a pair of entrepreneurial brothers, is making progress on that front. The premise of this company’s solution is self-reporting, or “checking in,” and it is being used in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and now the US.
Schools turn to Skodel as student wellbeing takes centre stage
The pandemic-driven push to online learning has helped edutech company Skodel prove the value of its technology, as schools turn their attention to better monitor the mental wellbeing of their students.