"Empathy starts with putting yourself in someone else's shoes -- a key step in understanding perspectives that differ from your own. This isn't just a nice thing to do; it's an essential, active skill. It's foundational to embracing differences, building relationships, gaining a global perspective, conducting richer and deeper analysis, and communicating more effectively. This skill is about as "21st century" as it gets.” - Edutopia
Complete mini-lesson with activities for conducting an independent lesson on empathy or to compliment your own curriculum. This empathy I-Kit helps students develop their ability to empathize, while giving them real-world scenarios for them to apply their knowledge and practice. This lesson uses a tool called an Empathy Chart to help simulate the experience of putting themselves in someone else's shoes.
A MUST HAVE for Teachers and Education Facilitators and a great resource for educators looking to incorporate Character Ed into their classroom.
• Empathy worksheets
• Lesson Guide
• Prezi Presentation
• Activity Guide
• Scenario Sheets