I love the methods used in this program

With the introduction of this program, I’ve learned numerous skills in communicating, expressing, understanding and building relationships with friends, future co-workers, family, and loved ones. Personally, I love the methods Ms.Brown uses to incorporate a lesson of showing empathy, compassion and active listening skills. Such as the name game in which we state our name and something we like beginning with the first letter of our name. In a group of people, we would allow everyone to speak and the person after the first to speak would have to remember the previous person’s name and their example. Another game would be the High’s and Low’s where we ask anyone how their week was stating a positive and negative thing that happened. Both games practice active listening skills to communicate and understand one another as well as building a bond. The skills taught by Ms.Brown are crucial and useful for anyone and everyone and I advise this be taught in schools especially at a unprecedented time as we’re in now.

Whether you are a school administrator, teacher, parent, mentor or corporation, we can design a program to suit your needs. Let’s make the connection!

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Getting students to think about actions

Guiding students through group conversations about the Eight Essential Questions really seems to be an excellent way of handling any type of bullying situations going on in your class.

Small Groups are so beneficial

Attending small groups every week has been such a benefit to my life. In our small group we have an opportunity to release stress and anything we are overwhelmed with by sharing it with everyone.

A school district with SEL success

Our students have been exposed to the opportunity to discover differing perspectives others may have and the rationale behind them.

There is a huge discrepancy between what students thing and what teachers think

While adults may believe they are doing enough, students do not think we are.

This is good stuff and it is definitely powerful in the way that changes students’ lives.

It was awesome to share the info with our folks in Nebraska schools and colleges! You have every right for your heart to grow big. This is good stuff and it is definitely powerful in the way that changes students’ lives. I’m proud of you, Jill, and proud to know you!!

Remember to slow down

This has reminded us to slow down and take time for conversation with each other/to build relationships instead of just "work" all the time