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We believe that most students care about their education but many of them feel disconnected from the classroom.  Our programs seek to build relevance for students and student-teacher rapport through an emphasis on the power of student self-reflection and classroom discourse to invoke student interest and motivation.  Our programs can easily be modified to meet the needs of individual schools.  Moreover, we are committed to helping schools identify the areas of greatest need as well as greatest impact and stand ready to provide support in the form of professional development, resource procurement, and continuous support.  

80 Questions for Adolescents

True learning is established through discourse

The 80 Questions curriculum is a turnkey character development and career planning curriculum for middle and high school students.  Our methodology focuses on helping administrators identify areas of interest and need for their student bodies and providing a general framework for implementation of a robust character development program that focuses on academic relevance, civic responsibility, and life skills.  This is bolstered by inherent opportunities for discourse between students and teachers.  When implemented in a controlled environment, we believe that this can have unrivaled positive ramifications in both individual student development and school culture in general that can result in:

1.) Broadening student perspective and building life skills

2.) Facilitating the implementation of personalized learning

3.) Developing positive social learning environments

Positive Reinforcement

Systemic behavior requires a systematic approach

Positive Reinforcement is a web application/mobile app that enables principals to have more oversight and strategic control over the social culture and academic climate of schools.  Student behavior is an indicator of academic climate.  Negative behavior will negatively impact student performance and vice versa.  Many times negative behavior in schools is overlooked because teachers don't have time to stop and address every student issue.  But how does this affect the overall school climate?  How does it affect individual students in the long run who are not held accountable for their actions?  Positive Reinforcement allows teachers to record student behavior, both positive and negative, in real-time and aggregates that data in a way that stakeholders, such as principals, counselors, parents, and behavior specialists, can use it to circumvent future negative behavior and encourage positive behavior through systematic discipline, intervention, and incentivization.  Continual school-wide usage of the app has the potential to:

1.) Establish clear expectations for student behavior

2.) Identify and circumvent disruptive behavior

3.) Incentivize and develop positive behavior

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