Calling our youth up to courage by offering:
Along with social and emotional learning, CFY programs are in alignment with the BC Health and Career Education rationale (K to 7).
“ To provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be informed decision makers and make healthy and safe choices."
• Identify characteristics of healthy relationships and unhealthy relationships
• Recognizing and responding to stereotyping, discrimination and bullying
• Assess the influence that peers and media have on individuals’
attitudes and behavior
• Identify strategies for safe use of wireless and online communications
• Strategies for decision-making and evaluating consequences
• Promote a safe and caring school community
Source: “What is SEL? Skills and Competencies” Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
What are my thoughts and feelings?
What causes those thoughts and feelings?
How can I express my thoughts and feelings respectfully?
What different responses can I have to an event?
How can I respond to an event as constructively as possible?
How can I better understand other people’s
thoughts and feelings?
How can I better understand why people feel and think
the way they do?
How can I adjust my actions so that my interactions
with different people turn out well?
How can I communicate my expectations to other people?
How can I communicate with other people to understand and manage their expectations of me?
Responsible Decision Making
What consequences will my actions have on myself and others?
How do my choices align with my values?
How can I solve problems creatively?
A person's ability to perceive, identify and manage emotion provides the basis for the kinds of social and emotional competencies that are important for success in any job."
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Emotional Intelligence is a skill that can be learned and improved."
They aim to empower children to become confident in themselves and believe in their own self-worth. As well, they emphasize that every child is different and they work to support every individual strength in order to build character."
Peter Gallo, Vice-Principal, George Pringle Elementary School
Voices has been a great opportunity for our female students to talk freely with other females. The Voices leaders are great role models and because they do not normally work in the school, our young ladies feel much more open to sharing some of their experiences. Learning how to develop relationships with other people is one of the most important life skills and the Voices program really helps our female students to become stronger young ladies. We would strongly recommend their program for your school."
Des Sjoquist, Principal
École Glenmore Elementary
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