Pause, Reflect, & Redirect When we intercept negative content we prompt kids to pause and reflect on the decision they made in order to redirect them towards a better decision.
Our solution creates a new framework built on a foundation of mental health principles. We combine a unique set of technology and community to solve the challenges faced by online learners in schools today.
Our value proposition
Machine Learning (ML)
Machine learning is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. It is a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns, and make decisions with minimal human intervention.
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Natural language processing (NLP) is the ability of a computer program to understand human language as it is spoken and written — referred to as natural language. It is a component of artificial intelligence (AI).
By implementing the above technologies with other tools that can, for instance, screenshot the kids entire screen at intervals, we have created a system that leverages the latest technology to examine kids behavior and intent and to foster greater mental health through deeper interaction. We’ve patented and have have patents pending on our methods.
Pause, Reflect, Redirect (PRR)
Our patented technology intercepts potentially harmful online content. It can also detect when a kid may be wandering off task.
AI-enabled coaching educates kids about their online activities and supports them in making better choices about the content they search and view.
Our software redirects kids to trusted adults, like parents and teachers, to foster meaningful communication and connection.
How this adds value
Smart boundaries for student access
80% of the kids who have been using our tools just need a gentle nudge back to where they belong in order to keep them on task. Our software is meant to be considerate in helping teachers teach. This is PRR Level 1, Casual Engagement.
Interception provides teachable moments
Some kids need just a little more information. For each category we intercept, we provide brief, rotating information to the kid. We give kids real reasons not to engage with material online that might be considered Problematic Internet Use (PIU)
Staff alerts to potentially hazardous browsing
A few kids need a little more help self-regulating. These kids are provided an opportunity to create a plan where, outside our system, a teacher can engage them in discussing better strategies. This is PRR Level 2, Coached Engagement.
However, very few kids might be considering self-harm or harming others. This is PRR Level 3, Crisis Engagement and here, we immediately redirect kids to trusted adults at school to get them the help they might need.
Numerous studies show a direct link between children’s online activities and their psychological well being.