Emotions in the classroom are complicated, and they have a big impact on learning.
YouHue makes things easier by guiding students to pause and identify their feelings, so you can all understand their causes a little better.
The app is designed to help children identify their emotions and put into words how they are feeling. It helps students build better self-control, communication, empathy, and problem-solving skills.
It also helps teachers and educators get a better understanding of the emotional and learning issues occurring in their own classrooms, so they can be solved more easily and effectively.
YouHue uses technology and data to make SEL more accessible, effective, and fun for everyone.
Parents and families can now use YouHue, too!
YouHue began in 2015 as part of a growing research project to help get students more engaged in learning and make Social Emotional Learning (SEL) more accessible to schools worldwide.
Research demonstrates the effectiveness of SEL programs in increasing academic achievement, lowering behavioral issues, and improving long-term mental and physical health.
We work with psychologists, educators, and technologists to make SEL possible in every classroom. Feel free to get in touch to learn more about SEL and our work, or simply to tell us about your experiences with SEL. We love to learn!
Hey teachers, counselors, and parents! We've made it even easier for you to stay up to date on your students' expressions on YouHue. You can now stay signed in to your account when using YouHue on your own, unshared device. :D
Please feel free to let us know how else we can help you have an awesome time using YouHue! :D
Ratings and Reviews
What a gem!
My kids absolutely love using YouHue!
We joined the YouHue program in January and are so happy with our students’ progress. They have fun sharing their moods and talking about them together. Our classroom feels more intimate.
Where are the instructions to help use the app?
What We've All Been Waiting For..
I love this app! Just got it today and was doing a bit of exploring.. It's basically what we've all been waiting for in terms of sharing your mood with your friends. There are emojis and Facebook statuses.. But those seem limited and not always welcome on the platforms they're typically used. I love the idea of putting a little more thought and honesty when responding to the question "how are you?", instead of the mindless "good" or "bad". Kudos to the app developers on the job.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.