When presented with a problem or situation, we typically have multiple ways that we can choose how to respond. Once we take time to analyze the situation, we must choose to make a choice. In order to respond in a way that supports you and others around yo
Problem solving can be challenging, especially when we try to do it alone. Sometimes our feelings get in the way and it makes problem solving even more difficult. When we have others supporting us, it often helps us to relieve our fears and frustrations t
Not all problems are equal and they come in different sizes. To solve a problem, it can be helpful to determine its size and ensure that our reaction to the problem fits with the size. This lesson walks you through how to determine the size the problem an
Have you ever reacted to a situation or made a choice to do something that you later regretted? In this lesson, students will practice the skill of responsible decision-making by analyzing different situations and identifying the different choices we may
Thinking back on people that have made a positive difference in your life. These people made you feel important, heard or maybe even just seen at a time that you felt invisible. As we start this new school year, we remember the impact of relationships i
Last school year was like no other. We endured and persevered through a variety of challenges and continued to move forward. As this next school year begins, we remember the importance of community and maintaining connection with others. Our home, schoo
Sometimes it can be hard to “show up” for others. We worry about our sacrifice of time and energy to help others. But, “showing up” can range from lending a listening ear to creating a nonprofit. The level at which you “show up” is up to you.
We’ve had an interesting year and have really had to keep to ourselves and our families to stay safe. Essentially, we’ve hidden our superpowers. So now is the time to get back out and use our superpowers to DO for others and change things for the bett
What’s good for you, your school, family, and community? The answer is service learning! Students gain essential SEL skills, teachers broaden and grow their teaching skills, and families and community members benefit from the value created!
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