What does it help with?

Suite360 provides students with information and techniques to support self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships skills, and responsible decision-making. In addition, the program addresses specific topics such as cyberbullying, academic success, substance abuse and many other challenges students and communities face. Finally, the program provides behavior intervention support for students who experience common conduct issues.

What grade and age range?  Preschool through grade 12

Is Suite360 core/supplemental/special needs/extracurricular/professional development or what?

Suite360 and ISS360 can be is customized depending on a school/district’s needs, existing programs, and future initiatives. Implementation of Suite360 and ISS360 allows school and districts to both identify specific pain points and provide the necessary support to meet their community’s unique needs either as a core or supplemental resource. 

As a core resource, Suite360 engages students, parents, and educators on a variety of social and emotional topics ranging from bullying and harassment to mental health and wellness. Each user accesses differentiated digital content assigned by the school/district to address climate issues or mandated topics.

What subject, topic, what standards is it mapped to?

All content is aligned with the standards developed by the National Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), and the professionally developed content library is a rich repository for schools/districts to utilize for their unique needs and purposes. Additionally, user experience can be customized with school/district name/logos, which enriches the user-friendly interface that provides ubiquitous access and engages 21st century learners in a manner consistent with their preferences. ISS360 can be utilized either in addition to Suite360 or as a stand-alone resource to support restorative justice programs and educators assigned to work with at-risk students and parents. Both Suite360 and ISS360 offer customizable components.

What lesson time does it use?

Average completion time for each lesson is 15 to 20 minutes. However, each lesson is made up of modular activities (approximately 5 minutes in length) which can be deployed individually or sequenced into a lesson of any length.

What is the pricing model?

Suite360 Students:

- Initial Set-up fee for a single school or district

- Annual licensing fee that covers the first 0 - 1,000 students, and cost per every student after 1,000.

P360 Parents:

- Initial Set-up fee for a single school or district

- Annual licensing fee that covers the first 0 - 1,000 users, and cost per every parent after 1,000.

A360 Admin:

- Initial Set-up fee for a single school or district

- Annual licensing fee

ISS360 (Back on Track):

- Fee as a stand-alone, or discounted fee if also purchasing with any other program.

What makes this tool unique?

Suite360 is unique in that it provides a large degree of flexibility and customizability in how the program can be implemented, based on the needs of each specific school or population. Suite360 can fit seamlessly into the school day or after school without competing for precious instructional time. The digital, multi-channel, multimedia approach leverages students’ interest and comfort with technology and provides comprehensive reporting tools for staff and administrators.

A description of the characteristics--how is it designed for user interface, user experience? What instructional design principles are at work here?

The user interface is designed to be a simple, straightforward process with students either completing assigned lessons or exploring the topic library on their own.  The program is designed responsively so it can work on any device.

The experience is interactive and visual with multimedia components throughout. It incorporates assessments as well as instant student feedback to enhance learning in each activity.