Research indicates that students who have the ability to self-regulate are more likely to achieve higher levels of academic success, have increased levels of effort and motivation, and are better prepared for class. Although research supports the importance of student self-regulation, historically, educational institutions have found it challenging to teach self-regulation strategies. Rhithm seeks to partner with schools to provide students with the ability to recognize how they are feeling while equipping them with skills and strategies to self-regulate to be stronger learners in and outside of the classroom.
In partnership with schools, our mission is to provide an efficient tool that will allow educators to more effectively elevate the next generation of humanity.
The platform selects an ideal 1-3 minute activity and skill development video to regulate well-being based on user given data from a simple emoji assessment.
Rhithm has a comprehensive Security Program in place designed to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems, networks and data. The following is a general overview of data security protocols:
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All students are asked grade-level appropriate questions that ask them to reflect on how they are feeling at the moment. Campus leaders have the discretion to use a simplified, shorter version of the check-in tool based on their student’s age and individualized needs. Rhithm strives to be an inclusive application for all K-12 students regardless of age and abilities.