Tiil turns scientific healthy development research into Children’s Media. Inform, improve, measure…repeat. Cracking the code of learning is a continuous process.
The media content they consume and create has a profound impact on their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Learning how to use media and technology wisely is an essential skill for life and learning in the 21st century. But parents, teachers, and policymakers struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing digital world in which our children live and learn. Our goal is to not only help families make smart media choices but impact media and create partnerships and media content based on science.
Through magazine articles, videos, and podcasts, we bridge the gap between scientific journals and today’s youth, particularly for parents
Tiil has been at the fore of a new scientific movement to explore the roots of today’s social, behavior and emotional crisis for youth—our solutions is to impact MEDIA. Media can be used to prepare children for a lifetime of leadership— or media can teach children negative traits.
Tiil is unique in its commitment to both science and practice: Not only do we turn groundbreaking scientific research into social, behavior and emotional well‐being media: Our agenda to take on Media ideas focus on addressing the top problems.
- Building Character
- Mental Wellbeing
- Social Skills
- Emotional Wellness
Who We Are
We serve children, adolescents and parents who believe in the power to change the world.
Tiil helps children and adolescents with social, mental and emotional well-being, who will make the world a better place.
-Children Education Initiatives
Creating heart-healthy habits with fun, fur, and games.
We committed to helping kids grow up strong and healthy, here in the United States and around the world.
-Where pop music, rhyme, and reading skills help 6- to 9-year-olds bridge the literacy gap.
Here’s a shock to the system: If kids don’t learn to read by the third grade, their education comes to a virtual standstill.
Why? In fourth grade a switch flips, from “learning to read” to “reading to learn,” and if students aren’t fluent readers and writers by that time, they may never catch up to their peers.
Fifty-seven percent of Caucasian, eighty-four percent of African American, eighty-two percent of Hispanic, fifty-one percent of Asian American, and eighty-two percent of Native American fourth graders cannot read past a basic level.
Emotional Well-being Helping children build the resilience they need to cope during tough times.
-Health & Wellness.
Helping children establish an early foundation for the healthy habit.
Respect & Understanding Fostering morals, respect, and understanding among the world children.
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