Introducing noni™:

Innovative support for building trauma-sensitive classrooms

Time-tested, relationship-based, research validated approaches to practice, always within a teacher’s reach.

The Challenge:

2 out of 3 children will experience at least one traumatic event by the age of 16. In the aftermath of the pandemic, these numbers will only increase.

This school year, teachers returning to classrooms need a new kind of support, including help for:

Navigating the stress-related impacts the past year has had on their young learners
Creating a trauma-sensitive classroom community
Recognizing and addressing challenging behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma
Prioritizing their own self-care and mental well being

Your digital partner and

in-the-moment coach

Noni™ is an app-based digital coach that provides relationship-focused teaching practices and real-time support for understanding, managing, and even predicting and planning for challenging classroom behavior.

Noni™ helps teachers build strong relationships with children that act as a buffer against the negative impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Relationship-based support that’s entirely research validated

Noni™ was created by experts and is grounded in and based upon decades of successful and effective teaching practice. It includes:

  • A development team led by Kai-leé Berke, an author of The Creative Curriculum® and Teaching Strategies GOLD®

  • Contributions from experts in child development; family counseling; curriculum and assessment development; special education and behavioral health; and adult mental health and wellness

  • Guidance, strategies, and approaches to practice that are rooted in and based upon research-validated practices used at Adventist HealthCare’s The Lourie Center for Children’s Social & Emotional Wellness

  • Tried-and-true relationship-building practices from the authors’ combined decades of classroom experience

Introducing noni™:

Innovative support for building trauma-sensitive classrooms

Time-tested, relationship-based, research validated approaches to practice, always within a teacher’s reach.

The Challenge:

2 out of 3 children will experience at least one traumatic event by the age of 16. In the aftermath of the pandemic, these numbers will only increase.

This school year, teachers returning to classrooms need a new kind of support, including help for:

Navigating the stress-related impacts the past year has had on their young learners
Creating a trauma-sensitive classroom community
Recognizing and addressing challenging behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma
Prioritizing their own self-care and mental well being

Your digital partner and in-the-moment coach

Noni™ is an app-based digital coach that provides relationship-focused teaching practices and real-time support for understanding, managing, and even predicting and planning for challenging classroom behavior.

Noni™ helps teachers build strong relationships with children that act as a buffer against the negative impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Relationship-based support that’s entirely research validated

Noni™ was created by experts and is grounded in and based upon decades of successful and effective teaching practice. It includes:
  • A development team led by Kai-leé Berke, an author of The Creative Curriculum® and Teaching Strategies GOLD®

  • Contributions from experts in child development; family counseling; curriculum and assessment development; special education and behavioral health; and adult mental health and wellness

  • Guidance, strategies, and approaches to practice that are rooted in and based upon research-validated practices used at Adventist HealthCare’s The Lourie Center for Children’s Social & Emotional Wellness

  • Tried-and-true relationship-building practices from the authors’ combined decades of classroom experience

Introducing noni™:

Innovative support for building trauma-sensitive classrooms

Time-tested, relationship-based, research validated approaches to practice, always within a teacher’s reach.

The Challenge:

2 out of 3 children will experience at least one traumatic event by the age of 16. In the aftermath of the pandemic, these numbers will only increase.

This school year, teachers returning to classrooms need a new kind of support, including help for:

Navigating the stress-related impacts the past year has had on their young learners
Creating a trauma-sensitive classroom community
Recognizing and addressing challenging behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma
Prioritizing their own self-care and mental well being

Your digital partner and in-the-moment coach

Noni™ is an app-based digital coach that provides relationship-focused teaching practices and real-time support for understanding, managing, and even predicting and planning for challenging classroom behavior.

Noni™ helps teachers build strong relationships with children that act as a buffer against the negative impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Relationship-based support that’s entirely research validated

Noni™ was created by experts and is grounded in and based upon decades of successful and effective teaching practice. It includes:

  • A development team led by Kai-leé Berke, an author of The Creative Curriculum® and Teaching Strategies GOLD®

  • Contributions from experts in child development; family counseling; curriculum and assessment development; special education and behavioral health; and adult mental health and wellness

  • Guidance, strategies, and approaches to practice that are rooted in and based upon research-validated practices used at Adventist HealthCare’s The Lourie Center for Children’s Social & Emotional Wellness

  • Tried-and-true relationship-building practices from the authors’ combined decades of classroom experience