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Empowering Education with Student Wellbeing

School Day provides schools with easy-to-use tools for monitoring student wellbeing.

Our mission is to empower education by providing schools with real-time wellbeing data.

With our data, schools get unique opportunities to support leadership, make pedagogical decisions and enhance learning results.

For School Staff

Are you a teacher or a school leader who would like to try out our Wellbeing Service for schools? Here are detailed instructions on how to get started.

Would you like to be part of our teacher community? Or a School Day Ambassador in your school or your district? We have a global ambassador program that includes getting a certificate in developing student wellbeing. Sign up if you are interested!

Are you interested in our service but would like to know a bit more before deciding? Read our blog, subscribe to our monthly newsletter and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

 

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For Scholars

School Day Wellbeing Model and our AI-based Wellbeing Service for schools are based on longitudinal scientific research. We collaborate continuously with global educators and educational scientists from various universities around the world. Read more about our collaboration with universities in our blog.

Are you a scholar that would like to help us support student wellbeing and join our community of specialists in education, psychology and health? Send us a message and we'd be happy to grow our network.

 

For LMS and SIS partners

Is your passion supporting student wellbeing? Maybe we can help each other help schools. Send us a message and let's join forces for a good cause. We already collaborate with Powerschool, Eduscape, Visma, Atea and Ping Pong among others.

We also regularly speak at events related to Education, Wellbeing, Health, EdTech and Startups. Let us know if you would like us to come and talk about supporting student wellbeing with the help of an AI-based solution.

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News & Blog

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14.02.2020
​In my previous post I wrote about our latest service updates and about our plans to distribute School Day Wellbeing Service to multiple platforms. Now we are ready to launch School Day Web App. It is the same service than in our mobile app, ho...
12.02.2020
Every now and then we like to visit schools that use our service. Together with teachers and other school staff we brainstorm concrete ways to improve student wellbeing. School Day gets valuable ideas from teachers and students and we get to see crea...
27.01.2020
School Day boosts its presence in the US by partnering with Eduscape. We have now signed a strategic business development and reseller partnership to jointly build awareness and offer solutions for solving wellbeing issues at schools in North America...
08.01.2020
We start 2020 with a product update! School Day Wellbeing has gone through a massive makeover on the surface, but also under the hood. Our app for students has new features, the Insights page for teachers has gone through a total makeover, and o...
08.01.2020
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Education Conference & Festival is an annual event that celebrates groundbreaking work in education. It fosters innovation in learning through competitions, which serve as a vehicle to showcase fresh ideas and soluti...
08.01.2020
Forbes magazine listed Marc Brackett's book Permission to Feel as one of the must-reads of 2019. In his book, Brackett lists four essential features for effective SEL (social and emotional learning) strategies. As School Day also includes SEL, w...
30.12.2019
School performance and student wellbeing have been widely studied in education and psychology, but most often separately or individually in connection to other factors in learning. Little is known about their reciprocal effect.School Day focuses ...
29.11.2019
It is a pleasure to write about student wellbeing when there is something positive to report, and now there is! The wellbeing of middle school students has improved in many ways during the last ten years. This was discovered in a longitudinal study (...