Headquartered in Dallas, Texas since 1986, Securus Technologies provides the latest criminal justice technology to make incarceration employees’ workload easier. Inmate cell phone monitoring, video calling, emergency response, parolee tracking, and biometric analysis highlight some of the technology officers, management, and staff can access. If something is amiss, the technology acts quickly with the person operating it to diffuse the situation before it escalates. The miraculous innovations reach over 2,500 facilities in America, Canada, and Mexico as of this year. The reputation surrounding the technology’s pinpoint accuracy has grown past correctional prisons and jails to include an additional 1,000 law enforcement and public safety establishments across North America.
Securus’ unique brand has affected thousands of lives. This technology has assisted officers in investigations leading to criminal charges and lawyers in building court cases using our technology as evidence. Countless facilities, employees, officers, and families thank us for preventing crime, stopping crime, and arresting criminals while praising our continued dedication to prison technology. We take pride in reading these letters, and it only fuels our fire more to become a beacon for participating criminal and civil justice facilities. Our growth increased the need for expansion, so we opened two additional Texas offices located in Carrollton and Allen along with a fourth in Atlanta, Georgia.
In closing, Securus Technologies aims to become a safer place inside correctional facilities and out. Our top-notch, updated technology informs management and staff that it’s okay to focus on additional errands while we keep an eye out for wrongdoing. Guarding prisons are a tough job. Let Securus make your job easier.
Educators around the world have been researching in an effort to understand the way that the human mind, particularly the minds of young students, learns and develops sets of skills. The fruits of this research can be used to develop new and innovative teaching strategies to increase student performance both in and out of the classroom.
ClassDojo is a group that has been dedicated to the education of teachers, faculty, and parents on the benefits of instilling their child with a growth mindset. A growth mindset is a distinct method of thinking about learning that ClassDojo believes is not properly emphasized in modern schools and other learning institutions.
It is focused on the development of skills and an understanding of the connection between mental growth and hard work. However, it does not mean subscribing to the philosophy which says that learning a skill is directly related to how many hours you force yourself to sit down at a desk, banging away at a problem in the vain hopes of gaining an understanding. Instead, a growth mindset is all about learning how to manage time and effort efficiently to maximize benefit without burning out the brain completely.
ClassDojo has offered its services to schools and teachers for free for many years and intends to keep doing so. However, they are adding a new instrument to their arsenal of education.
To help get their message across to young students ClassDojo has engineered a five episode series of animated clips. These clips will star a pair of animated creatures, called” critters” by their creators. The hope is that the lovable little characters and their adventures will grab the attention of students and help them as they learn the steps to developing a growth mindset that they can use throughout their education. The short clips will be released on two platforms, including both Youtube and ClassDojo’s own web site. This makes the content easily accessible for free by teachers within the community. It also allows the episodes to be viewed outside of the classroom so that parents, or even the students themselves, can watch, engage with the characters, and learn the best methods to develop a growth mindset.
This is ClassDojo’s first venture into the animation and production world. Depending on the success of this project, more clips may be forthcoming. However, the organization maintains that its main focus will always be on education.