ESCALA (Escuela y Carrera Latina/Latino School and Career) is a media-based intervention under development that features a mobile-delivered educational course with tools to maximize college and career preparedness for Latino parents and their high schools students.
Fathering Through Change
IRIS Educational Media has developed a media-based parenting class called Fathering through Change (FTC). This class is for separated or divorced fathers of young children (focusing on ages 4 to 12).
We Have Skills
Iris Educational Media is conducting a research study to determine the efficacy of We Have Skills, our multi-media curriculum that delivers classroom behavior lessons directly to students, K-3.
Practiced Routines will use Google Hangouts, YouTube, SoundCloud and irisEd.com to provide parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders with information, resources, training and support. This project will evaluate efficacy of the program by studying 136 parents with children aged 3-8 who have autism.
SOARS: Student ownership, accountability and responsibility for school safety
Project SOARS will develop, field-test, and evaluate a comprehensive, student-centered, and technology-based school safety framework for high schools that educates and empowers students to advocate for their own and others’ physical and emotional safety.
Mi Nueva Familia
Mi Nueva Familia is a development project that seeks to improve the quality and accessibility of parenting education for Spanish-speaking families experiencing separation and divorce. The program targets the use of parenting skills that protect children from the risks of maladjustment, antisocial behavior, delinquency, and substance abuse.