For students dealing with social or emotional challenges, everyday interactions with teachers and peers can feel complex and overwhelming. The Social Express engages students through high-quality, research-based webisodes that teach foundational skills for social and emotional learning. Teachers can assign individual web-based lessons (based on each student’s unique social-emotional struggles) for students to interact with during independent or small-group learning. From there, fun, animated friends guide students of all ages as they learn to think about and manage social situations appropriately – helping them develop meaningful relationships and setting them up for success later in life.
The Social Express provides students with a safe, controlled, and familiar learning environment. Utilizing our web-based interactive lessons, you have the opportunity to work with students in small groups to guide them to increased social success.
When students log on to our digital platform, fun, animated friends guide students in identifying feelings in others through verbal and nonverbal cues, learning how to be part of a group, identifying appropriate coping strategies, and more!
Flexible teaching options support one-on-one, small-group, and whole-group learning through easily adaptable lessons and a completely mobile interface.
Powerful reporting tools give teachers the ability to easily access, analyze, share student data through exportable progress, usage and group reports.
Central Station Student Management System enables teachers to create student groups, play webisodes, report on student progress, target IEP goals, and manage users.
Web-based, Interactive webisodes serve as the focal point of each lesson. Relatable characters engage students as they practice the social-emotional skills that students need in order to successfully navigate social settings.
The clubhouse, our COPPA compliant private social network, is a great tool for students to make friends with other other social express members and learn about social media.