Designed for preschool, Pre-K, and elementary school teachers

Noni™ helps ensure that teachers won’t have to face classroom behavior challenges on their own—offering supportive strategies, immediate guidance, and easily-accessible professional development, right from their mobile devices.

The noni™ app

Powered by a robust recommendation engine that is responsive to teacher input, the noni™ app provides in-the-moment coaching, guidance, and support to help teachers understand, manage, and even predict and plan for dysregulated behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma and toxic stress.

The app offers:

  • Whole-class focused, relationship-based teaching “micro-practices” for building trauma-sensitive classrooms
  • Individualized intervention and prevention plans for children exhibiting dysregulated behaviors
  • A robust library of short, easily-accessible professional development opportunities
  • Strategies and resources that encourage teachers to reflect upon their practice and prioritize their own self-care and mental wellness
  • Built-in support for partnering with children’s families, including shareable, family-facing adaptations of classroom strategies (in English and Spanish)

Practitioner’s Guide

The Power of Relationships provides an in-depth look at each of the critical aspects of supporting trauma-impacted young children.
From the “why” behind the science of the brain’s response to stress, to the importance of building a supportive classroom environment in which all children feel safe, secure, and valued, this knowledge-building resource will help teachers feel confident as they create relationship-focused, trauma-sensitive learning environments.

Self Care Cards

75 personal self-care cards describe practices that teachers can quickly and easily implement to help them manage their own stress levels and pay attention to their own mental well-being—particularly critical for teachers who are working with trauma-impacted children, which can take a significant emotional, mental, and even physical toll on a teacher.

Teaching Practice Cards

55 weekly teaching practices outline small but intentional changes to practice, or “micro-practices,” that support the teacher in creating relationship-centered, trauma-sensitive learning environments where children feel safe and where resilience is fostered.

Teacher Reflection Journal

Designed to support teachers in their end-of-day, end-of-week, or even just occasional practice of reflecting back on their days and on their interactions with children, the journal supports reflective practice—a critical component of teaching and caring for children who have been impacted by trauma.

Professional Development

A robust resource library within the noni™ app contains on-demand, short video, audio, and text-based opportunities for teachers to support their own professional learning—with a focus on understanding trauma and ACEs, dysregulated behaviors, and the importance of relationship-building in working with trauma-impacted children.

Designed for preschool, Pre-K, and elementary school teachers

Noni™ helps ensure that teachers won’t have to face classroom behavior challenges on their own—offering supportive strategies, immediate guidance, and easily-accessible professional development, right from their mobile devices.

The noni™ app

Powered by a robust recommendation engine that is responsive to teacher input, the noni™ app provides in-the-moment coaching, guidance, and support to help teachers understand, manage, and even predict and plan for dysregulated behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma and toxic stress.

The app offers:

  • Whole-class focused, relationship-based teaching “micro-practices” for building trauma-sensitive classrooms
  • Individualized intervention and prevention plans for children exhibiting dysregulated behaviors
  • A robust library of short, easily-accessible professional development opportunities
  • Strategies and resources that encourage teachers to reflect upon their practice and prioritize their own self-care and mental wellness
  • Built-in support for partnering with children’s families, including shareable, family-facing adaptations of classroom strategies (in English and Spanish)

Practitioner’s Guide

The Power of Relationships provides an in-depth look at each of the critical aspects of supporting trauma-impacted young children.
From the “why” behind the science of the brain’s response to stress, to the importance of building a supportive classroom environment in which all children feel safe, secure, and valued, this knowledge-building resource will help teachers feel confident as they create relationship-focused, trauma-sensitive learning environments.

Self Care Cards

75 personal self-care cards describe practices that teachers can quickly and easily implement to help them manage their own stress levels and pay attention to their own mental well-being—particularly critical for teachers who are working with trauma-impacted children, which can take a significant emotional, mental, and even physical toll on a teacher.

Teaching Practice Cards

55 weekly teaching practices outline small but intentional changes to practice, or “micro-practices,” that support the teacher in creating relationship-centered, trauma-sensitive learning environments where children feel safe and where resilience is fostered.

Teacher Reflection Journal

Designed to support teachers in their end-of-day, end-of-week, or even just occasional practice of reflecting back on their days and on their interactions with children, the journal supports reflective practice—a critical component of teaching and caring for children who have been impacted by trauma.

Professional Development

A robust resource library within the noni™ app contains on-demand, short video, audio, and text-based opportunities for teachers to support their own professional learning—with a focus on understanding trauma and ACEs, dysregulated behaviors, and the importance of relationship-building in working with trauma-impacted children.