Do you shake your head in disbelief when you see your students behaving poorly towards their friends? This resource is a great way to support your teens and young adults to be able to recognize the difference between a healthy friendships and an unhealthy friendships! Friendship skills are the basis
Teens and young adults are often unaware of the vast career opportunities that exist. They are limited by the people they know and the professions of family and friends who surround them.This activity allows students to understand their limits and explore careers and opportunities that exist in the
These communications activities offer the opportunity for students to learn fun ways to effectively communicate with their peers and adults. Middle and high school students will to learn the importance of verbal cues and two-way communication and active listening by using activity direction cards, i
Middle and high school students struggle to understand that everyone does not have the same view of every situation. These interactive activities help demonstrate to students that everyone has different perspectives, perceptions, and personal boundaries.These activities include: Personal Boundaries,
This worksheet follows the YouTube video, "History in Nutshell: Higher Education" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEu9G8ReE7k). It has intentional pre and post reading questions, and 22 fill-in-the-blanks.
Teens and young adults can often struggle to understand the difference between what is "just a joke," and sexual harassment. These interactive activities use scenario cards and group work for middle and high school to begin to recognize the difference between a sexual harassment and flirting. They w