Building Empathy In Your Students

Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
Building Empathy In Your Students
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"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.
Includes:
• Empathy worksheets
• Lesson Guide
• Prezi Presentation
• Activity Guide
• Scenario Sheets
Total Pages
13 + Prezi
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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