Centervention’s game-based behavior interventions help students in elementary and middle school practice and improve social and emotional skills. These behavior interventions:
Are engaging and personalized
which allows each child to work towards mastery at their own pace.
Provide progress data and reports
to help educators identify each student’s strengths and weaknesses.
Include supplemental lessons
to reinforce learning in individual and small group settings.
Educators: You can use our online programs for free until 6/30/2020.
Zoo Academy: Grades K-1
Students at Zoo Academy will help animals like Owlivia the owl learn to respect others’ personal space, or Tango the gorilla, who needs some pointers on making new friends.
Zoo U: Grades 2-4
In Zoo U, students learn the fundamentals of social and emotional skills through common scenarios like joining games at recess and working with a partner, with the added fun of friendly animals.
SS GRIN: Grades 3-5
In Adventures Aboard the S.S. GRIN, Commander Callous and other villains threaten to destroy friendship on Pacifico Island! Players must prove their friendship skills by helping citizens of the island.
Hall of Heroes: Middle School
In Hall of Heroes, students navigate a superhero middle school where they must build their powers and skills to make friends, resist peer pressure, and save the school from super villain Dr. Klepto.
Centervention Behavior Interventions in Action
Learn more about how our programs align with PBIS