Parents - this is where your child can learn great life-skills on their own - no need for your time or their teacher's - they do it themselves.
AmericaU empowers parents, grandparents, siblings and other student advocates like teachers and mentors to create a “family group.”
Through this simple, app-based platform, the family group can actively participate in and monitor the "skills learning" of the child.
Technology is a Double Edged Sword
It can be a “machine” that encompasses most everything we do - designed to get us to neglect what is important about life. It aggressively targets our kids, who are the most vulnerable and susceptible to addiction.
It can become a tool that enhances and further connects us to what is good in our lives, and helps us learn the skills to achieve better success for ourselves and those we are connected to.
Technology can either make or break our lives.
Our mission is to ensure we are the first ones to our kids with technology - technology that is designed to benefit them and those around them.
Technology is good when we adults in the room are in control of how its being used by our children. Since the beginning of time, parents and grandparents have been responsible for passing along their experience and taking responsibility for training up the next generation.
Technology can be used to enhance this training, but unfortunately, in the last 20 years, it has created chasms between generations by addicting them to their screens and the bad actors behind those screens.
We can help reverse or prevent this, by using technology to motivate your kids to learn critical life-skills, AND to help connect kids to their parents and grandparents in the process.
These Are Some of the Skills...
Becoming "indistractable" is the most important skill for the 21st century — and it’s one that many parents fail to teach their kids.
We can teach your child this skill, along with many other critical skills for their success.
Primary School kids can actually start earning official post-secondary certificates for different life and career skills.
We start them out with social and emotional learning that is embedded throughout the gameplay. This is a difficult world for these kids and we need to teach them how to be resilient and strong.
Then they start to branch out into other life and career skills that they are interested in.
A special offer for our parents...