Reframing The Narrative Program 

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ADVOCATES FOR YOUTH WELLNESS!

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING STANDARDS

Fly By Nature Foundation has strategically designed our curriculum around the skillsets that re-enforce youth wellness, building foundations on self awareness, interpersonal skills, improved communication along with other critical skills that improve emotional intelligence and help students become productive citizens. 

OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify pain points that disrupt students from learning

 

 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (IQ)

  • Self-Awareness

  • Social Awareness

  • Relationship Building

  • Empathy

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Goal 1: Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve school and life success.

Why this is important: Several key sets of skills and attitudes provide a strong foundation for achieving school and life success. One involves knowing your emotions, how to manage them, and ways to express them constructively. This enables one to handle stress, control impulses, and motivate oneself to persevere in overcoming obstacles to goal achievement. A related set of skills involves accurately assessing your abilities and interests, building strengths, and making effective use of the family, school, and community resources. Finally, it is critical for students to be able to establish and monitor their progress toward achieving academic and personal goals.

Learning Standard - 1:

 

  1. Identify and manage one’s emotions and behavior.

Middle/Jr. High School

 

1A.3a: Analyze factors that create stress or motivate successful performance.

 

1A.3b: Apply strategies to manage stress and to motivate successful performance.

Goal 2: Use social-awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships.

Why this is important: Building and maintaining positive relationships with others are central to success in school and life and require the ability to recognize the thoughts, feelings, and perspectives of others, including those different from one’s own. In addition, establishing positive peer, family, and work relationships requires skills in cooperating, communicating respectfully, and constructively resolving conflicts with others.

Learning Standard - 2:

 

  1. Recognize the feelings and perspectives of others.

 

Middle/Jr. High School

 

2A.3a: Predict others feelings and perspectives in a variety of situations.

 

2A.3b: Analyze how one’s behavior may affect others.

Learning Standard - 3:

 

  1. Recognize individuals and group similarities and differences.

 

Middle/Jr. High School

 

2B.3a: Explain how individual, social, and cultural differences may increase vulnerability to bullying and identify ways to address it. 

 

2B.3b: Analyze the effects of taking action to oppose bullying based on individual and group differences.

Learning Standard - 4:

 

  1. Use communication and social skills to interact effectively with others.

 

Middle/Jr. High School

 

2C.3a: Analyze ways to establish positive relationships with others.

 

2C.3b: Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork to promote group effectiveness.

 

Learning Standard - 5:

 

  1. Demonstrate an ability to prevent, manage, and resolve interpersonal conflicts in constructive ways.

 

Middle/Jr. High School

 

2D.3a: Evaluate strategies for preventing and resolving interpersonal problems.

 

2C.3b: Define unhealthy peer pressure and evaluate strategies for resisting it. 

Goal 3: Demonstrate decision-making skills and responsible behaviors in personal, school, and community contexts.

 

Activity: Actions & Consequences game (Teens Edition)

Why this is important: Promoting one’s own health, avoiding risky behaviors, dealing honestly and fairly with others, and contributing to the good of one’s classroom, school, family, community, and environment are essential to citizenship in a democratic society. Achieving these outcomes requires an ability to make decisions to be made, generating alternative solutions, anticipating the consequences of each, and evaluating and learning from one’s decision making.

 

Learning Standard - 6:

 

  1. Consider ethical, safety, and societal factors in making decisions.

 

Middle/Jr. High School

 

3A.3a: Evaluate how honesty, respect, fairness, and compassion enable one to take the needs of others into account when making decisions.

 

3A.3b: Analyze the reasons for school and societal rules.