Educator Blog

Information and inspiration for thought-leaders in mental wellness and education

Our blog features a variety of content from the latest trends and social issues impacting education, to interviews with subject matter experts and clients who are successfully using Kognito products. Additionally, we also feature cutting edge research from our in-house team related to student and athlete mental health, product efficacy and cultivating resiliency after trauma. Check in weekly for the latest blog updates.

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Measuring Change: Why Survey Design Matters in Evidence-Based Training

We chat with Dr. Glenn Albright, Kognito’s Co-Founder Director of Research, to learn about why surveys are so critical to our mission at Kognito.

Same Learning, New Experience: Kognito Simulations Now On Mobile Devices

Nearly all Kognito’s simulations are now accessible on mobile devices. Mike Williams, a developer at Kognito, explains the journey of taking Kognito to mobile, and how to access simulations on your phone or tablet.

4 Ways That Investing in Campus Mental Health Pays Back [Infographic]

Addressing the mental health needs of students on campus is urgent. But a common challenge for colleges and universities is finding the funding and resources to dedicate to mental health solutions. Learn how institutions benefit from investment in a preventive approach to campus mental health with the infographic below.

Trailer: Kognito’s Friend2Friend

Learn about how Kognito’s Friend2Friend can support your school or district’s mental health efforts. Friend2Friend is an interactive simulation designed to educate middle school and high school students about mental health.

Strengthening Empathy Skills: From Digital to Reality

How can empathy be taught? Ben Zeiger, a writer here at Kognito, shares how he designs conversations with virtual humans that allow us to effectively apply empathy skills in the real world.

Women’s History Month 2019 at Kognito

In honor of women’s history month, we asked our team members to describe their experience and career development at Kognito. Thank you to all of the exceptional women who contribute to our work and mission!

Kognito at the University of Florida

Learn from CBS Gainesville about how the University of Florida is using Kognito to empower faculty, staff, and students to connect at-risk students with the help they need.

Talk To Someone: Triple Negative Breast Cancer simulation featured on NBC Washington DC

NBC Washington DC highlights Talk To Someone: Triple Negative Breast Cancer, a free online and mobile app for breast cancer patients that provides a safe and personalized environment to ask questions and address difficult topics like chemotherapy and survivorship with a virtual breast cancer survivor.

Kognito at La Salle University on ABC Philadelphia

ABC Philadelphia highlights how Kognito’s At-Risk simulations are being implemented to support student mental health at La Salle University.

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