With the uncontrollable changes happening around them, students are having to deal with their new normal and reality – from the safety of their homes.
What are you waiting for?
Get ahead of the curve, changes and uncertainties by offering your students support they can count and depend on.
Our programs help students build resilience through five core categories:
Creative Expression: Employs forms of artistic expression such as: simile, metaphor, pathetic fallacy, vivid imagery, personification, etc.; may utilize narrative or creative styles of writing.
– Problem solving: Related to the core resilience category of skills in communication and problem solving. – Word power: the ability to effectively utilize words to express emotions, thoughts, experiences, etc.
Peer and Family Support: Having caring and supportive relationships within and outside the family. Relationships that create love and trust, provide role models and offer encouragement and reassurance; clearly identifies key relationships and individuals that provide support.
Realistic Goals and Future Planning: The capacity to make realistic plans and take steps to carry them out; identifies future aspirations and goals.
– Hope: may demonstrate hope for the future.
– Career aspirations: may demonstrate specific career aspirations/goals.
– Sense of purpose: a belief that one’s life and future carry value/worth. The motivation that drives one toward a satisfying future.
Self-esteem and Confidence: A positive view of yourself and confidence in your strengths and abilities; may demonstrate a sense of empowerment and/or self-agency; employs key word choice to identify self strengths..
– Self-efficacy: reflects confidence in the ability to exert control over one’s own motivation, behavior, and social environment.
– Self-knowledge: awareness of personal growth as well as shortcomings.
Empathy: The ability to understand and be sensitive to the experiences and feelings of others; related to core skill to develop the capacity to manage strong feelings and impulses.
– Expanded worldview: increased acceptance and understanding of various aspects of society and individuals’ relationship with the world; may demonstrate an understanding or awareness of social issues
– Tolerance: the ability or willingness to accept something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.
– Cultural awareness: recognition of the nuances of one’s own and other cultures
– Cultural competence: the ability of individuals to use academic, experiential, and interpersonal skills to increase their understanding and appreciation of cultural differences and similarities within, among, and between groups.
Want to learn exactly what The Write of Your Life has to offer your students? Our Discovery Session is designed to take a deep dive into your specific students needs and desired outcomes. What are you waiting for?
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