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.

6 Ways to Improve Mental Health on Campus

Higher education leaders: Discover 6 tips to improve mental health on campus, and learn about an engaging way to support student well-being through our Mental Health Suite.

Increase in Substance Use Around Finals?

Many students will spend long hours studying, and some will turn to prescription drugs to help. Here’s a look at the current state of prescription drug misuse on campuses and what educators and higher education leaders can do to combat the growing issue.

How Can Your District Help Students Thrive According to Their Unique Potential?

Learn more about our new product Teaching Resiliency & Growth for Educators and how it can help students in and out of the classroom to identify and manage their goals, setbacks, and successes.

Case Study: Houston Area School District Uses Kognito to Train Over 8,000 Educators

Learn more about how Alief Independent School District adopted several Kognito simulations to improve the mental health and wellness of their educators and students.

Bullying from an Educator’s Perspective: A Conversation with Sharon Stevens of Cleveland Metro Schools

Read for insights from our conversation with Sharon Stevens on how educators, parents/caregivers, and students can address and prevent bullying on and off school grounds.

New Training Helps Teachers Identify, Prevent & Report Child Abuse, Neglect, & Human Trafficking

Learn more about our newly released professional development training on identifying, preventing, and reporting child abuse, neglect, and trafficking.

Support Veterans and Children of Military Families Through Virtual Simulation

As we reflect on this Veterans Day, we must consider and appreciate the challenges faced by veterans, student veterans, and military-connected youth. In this blog, we’ve outlined our products for faculty and students that improve military cultural competency.

Dr. Troy Seppelt Talks Sexual Misconduct Prevention for Faculty & Staff

In this interview, subject matter expert Dr. Troy Seppelt sheds light on the importance of sexual misconduct training for higher education faculty and staff and his contributions and thoughts about our new prevention program.

5 Bullying Prevention Strategies for Schools

October is Bullying Prevention Month, serving as a reminder that we all play an important role supporting students who may be experiencing bullying. Here are 5 bullying prevention strategies districts and schools can implement to address the widespread issue.

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