Each of us has a filter, a context through which we view and interpret every event, including the conversations in our lives. Our context is made up of our attitudes, opinions, and beliefs, which we often come to think of as truths. Consequently, we perceive our context as reality. Most important, our context determines how we experience and respond to the content in our lives, how we act and react. Usually, there's a whole lot of interpreting going on. Sometimes we get it right, and sometimes we get it wrong. So it's important to understand the implications of this ongoing conversation with ourselves.
This bundle includes three introductory activities to Fierce Conversations, as well as three 20-minute activities. Idea 3 will teach students that everyone has unique perspectives and beliefs, and will help them realize that one idea is not the only idea.