πŸ“‘ Skodel – The easiest way for schools to understand student wellbeing

Bookmarked Skodel (skodel.com)
Skodel uses 30-second check-ins to build up a interactive picture of student wellbeing over time.

“In a typical school day you’re not really as a young person given an opportunity where you would feel engaged, comfortable and safe enough to actually let someone know that you’re struggling, or how you’re feeling,” Ian Fagan said.

I am intrigued as to how this differs from other more generic response systems? I am going to assume that it is more focused.

I agree with Richard Olsen that this will be the first of many in this space:

The question I have is that as more enter this space where does one solution start and another stop? I am also interested in the blurring of the lines with some of these things, especially when they start including surveillance and artificial intelligence.

One response on “πŸ“‘ Skodel – The easiest way for schools to understand student wellbeing”

  1. I see this as following what Culture Amp and others has been doing for a while, along with John Doerr’s work. Trying to understand wellbeing, agency and student voice through simple tools seems like a good idea to me, and the next step is to put tools in place eg goals, feedback


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