Social and Emotional Learning
Life Skills for Kids and Teens
The first step to self-improvement is always self-awareness. To develop self-awareness, we use well written vicarious stories to disarm and challenge students to see themselves in new and more positive ways. We also address each student’s emotional hierarchy of needs.
The curriculum challenges underlying thinking errors that originate in the subconscious mind. Our Social and Emotional Learning self-directed learning approach ensures that each student has pro-social thinking skills which are reflected in improved default responses to the stressors and stimulus in their surroundings.
Social awareness starts with empathy – the ability to understand and display compassion for those you associate with. Our curriculum gives students the opportunity to determine their level of empathy and identify ways to ipmrove through self-evaluation, gamification and other learning activities.
All of our courses invite the student to complete a course with a parent or mentor. Instead of teaching a student about relationship skills, we help them use, build and experience relationship skills as they complete a course.
One of the main concepts found in each of our courses is that regardless of each student’s past, they are responsible for how their choices influence and impact themselves and their family, friends and classmates. One way we express this is by saying, “Our Beginnings Don’t Have to Be Our Endings.”
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