Software for Teens
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Ripple Effect for Teens
Address behavior problems and underlying risks
- Over 400 learner directed, intervention and skill-building topics fill a multitude of needs.
Ripple Effects for Teens is a Comprehensive Intervention System to address both presenting behavior problems and the reasons behind them, from simple skill deficits, to cultural alienation, to personal trauma. Ripple Effects is engaging, accessible, culturally inclusive, learner-centered, and proven to work, especially with students who have multiple risk factors for school failure.
- Easy to use with fidelity
The expertise is on the screen. Non-professionals can implement with little training, resulting in positive academic and behavior outcomes. The content customization structure allows local adaptation without loss of fidelity.
- Meets model program guidelines
A top rated NREPP SEL program and National Dropout Prevention Center Model Program, Ripple Effects is an evidence-based, research proven program.
- Makes documentation a breeze
Students can track their progress with a built in scorecard; Data Mananger app makes it easy for educators to track individual and group student progress.
PROVEN TO RAISE GRADES, INCREASE EMPATHY, REDUCE DROP OUT RATES
For Character Education and SEL curricula, use Ripple Effects as a personalized free-standing program or as a lesson-to-lesson supplement to other evidence-based programs.
Use as a stand alone curriculum for violence and bullying prevention, prevention of bias activity, pregnancy prevention, alcohol and tobacco abuse prevention, and prevention of academic failure. Or use as a supplement to other prevention programs.
Whether as part of a PBIS/RTI framework, ISS, Special Education, Alternative Education, or as an Academic Support, Ripple Effects is an unparalleled, proven effective, culturally responsive way to provide personalized, supportive interventions at far less cost than other student support services.
Multi-tiered, digital system of personalized, interventions and behavioral supports (MTSS)
No two schools are exactly the same, just as no two learners are the same. That’s why Ripple Effects technology-enabled planning, assessment, and intervention SEL tools are designed from the outset to be used in a multitude of ways, in a multitude of education, health and juvenile justice settings without any loss of fidelity. Thousands of schools use Ripple Effects to address behavior challenges (from blurting out to bias activity), develop social-emotional abilities (like empathy and impulse control), mitigate the impact of trauma (from natural disasters, to abuse and neglect), and promote equity (race, gender, class, religion, ability and disability). Because planning and needs assessment are partly automated, and all training and materials are “in the box,” fidelity is assured and strong positive outcomes are seen across multiple contexts.
- Universal SEL and character education
For Tier 1, Ripple Effects personalizes universal SEL and character education, aligns with CASEL standards, supplements and supports other evidence-based programs, provides strategies for infusing into academic areas.
- Targeted, tailored prevention – RTI
For Tier 2, Ripple Effects assessment and planning tools make it easy to identify both group and individual risk factors. Fully self-contained, multimedia apps deliver the targeted interventions directly to students, with adult facilitation and/or private student exploration. Lessons address various adverse childhood experiences, ethnic, religious and sexual harassment; substance abuse; bullying; bias activity; lack of impulse control, traumatic stress and more. Use preconfigured scope and sequences, or customize your own.
- Indicated intervention to turn things around
For Tier 3, Ripple Effects provides direct-to-learner, personalized, trauma-informed, “Urgent” intervention for fighting, harassment, bias activity and all common behavioral referrals. Use it within both PBIS and restorative justice frameworks in ISS/suspension alternatives, special education, counseling, health, mental health, and discipline settings, and to reduce disproportionate exclusion.