Personalized, trauma-informed, culturally responsive SEL supports

Ripple Effect’s multi-award winning, evidence-based interventions develop a sense of agency and resilience in the face of adversity, and promote educational equity by addressing systemic risk factors, as well as personal ones. Expert system technology uses natural selection patterns to deliver the most relevant set of evidence-based, motivational counseling, SEL skill building, and social empowerment practices to each learner, based on personal concerns. Multiple instructional modes per topic provide differentiated learning opportunities for every student.
 
These interventions (Grades PreK – 11) have been proven to change behavior, increase academic success, and strengthen pro-social behavior among children and adolescents, and the adults who work with them. Ripple Effects Whole Spectrum Intervention System is NREPP listed for comprehensive mental health supports and substance abuse prevention. The National Dropout Prevention Center has awarded Ripple Effects its highest Model Program rating for all three tiers of intervention. Schools throughout the country have seen it reduce disproportionate discipline referrals. Available on Mac, PC, Chromebook, iPad, and Android. Take a “test drive” today
“After spending just a few minutes alone with the Bouncy app, my (most at risk) kindergarteners calmed down and in just a couple of weeks, kids who had been disengaged starting participating in class, sharing their opinions freely.” Teacher, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Ripple Effects for Teens

I learned how to solve problems and know what you want to do and act better and help you get through hard times….” Middle school student
 
421 interlinking apps build core SEL skills and address both presenting behavior problems and the reasons behind them, from simple skill deficits, to cultural alienation, from personal trauma to systemic injustice, with safeguards for student confidentiality built in. Find out more >
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Ripple Effects for Kids

“Kids have individual needs… and they’re innately curious about how to handle them.” Wellness facilitator, CA
 

190 peer narrated, interlinking apps reach students at their most teachable moments. Topics range from learning readiness skills (like following instructions), to school-based challenges, (bullying, gossip, attention problems, left out, teacher problems), to out of school issues (pet dying, abuse, tobacco use, divorce, neighborhood violence and more than 100 others).  Find out more >
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Bouncy for Early Learners

“I learned I should keep trying all the time and never give up.” Gabriel L., Age 4
 

What would it be like if all children were told that they were born for greatness? Then, because they are born for greatness, they need to systematically train their body, feelings, and mind to take a place of service to the world? What if that training could be delivered on an iPad? What if it could be delivered by a lovable, disabled, animated service pup? How might that impact their school performance? How might it change their lives?  Find out more >
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Ripple Effects for Staff

“Today is my first contact with Ripple Effects for Staff, already I feel like going back to the classroom to implement what I’ve learned.” Teacher, NYC Public Schools
 

This professional development software for educators includes 136 interlinking tutorials that empower educators to succeed and solve behavior problems more effectively. Ripple Effects SEL training for adults, as well as cultural competence, classroom management skill-building, and best practice strategies for sustaining implementation in a variety of settings are all a part of this learning package that helps educators be fully equipped to help their students succeed.  Find out more >
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“After spending just a few minutes alone with the Bouncy app, my (most at risk) kindergarteners calmed down and in just a couple of weeks, kids who had been disengaged starting participating in class, sharing their opinions freely.” Teacher, Cleveland Heights, Ohio