Respect: The Act of Being Kind to Myself

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Teaching students to treat themselves with respect and kindness is a critical skill to develop self confidence, positive mental health, and a healthy life.

Learning these skills as children, students will take these skills into teenage and adulthood which will tremendously help them throughout their entire lives – especially in our current world of constant comparison and competition, often spurred on by social media and unrealistic expectations.

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Teaching students to treat themselves with respect and kindness is a critical skill to develop self confidence, positive mental health, and a healthy life.

Learning these skills as children, students will take these skills into teenage and adulthood which will tremendously help them throughout their entire lives – especially in our current world of constant comparison and competition, often spurred on by social media and unrealistic expectations.

Each of us has an “inner bully” — an inner voice that nags and intimidates us. Through understanding their inner bully, students can learn to treat themselves with compassion and respect and protect their mental health – even if others aren’t.

Help students understand their inner bully and how to cope with it. This curriculum builds critical thinking skills, self awareness, self worth, and important life skills through activities, roleplays, stories, and inquisitive questions.

It also builds a foundation of respect for self, self awareness, self worth, and important life skills through activities, roleplays, stories, and inquisitive questions.

What to expect?

Important: This curriculum references martial arts, but the lessons can be used in a regular classroom and references to martial arts can be removed or altered.

Lessons are easy to prepare and can be taught in 15 – 30 minutes per day (or longer). The curriculum includes step-by-step lessons, including questions to ask your students which makes teaching the required information simple. Lessons are easily adaptable to your students and teaching needs.

When learning to treat yourself with respect and kindness, it’s important to create a space where students feel comfortable and safe to express themselves. Best taught in small groups of students.

Encourages students to explore questions/situations and learn from “mistakes”. As a teacher, encourage all responses because there are no right or wrong answers.

Using the tools and roleplays enhances learning principles in a positive way – allowing students to have fun while they’re learning.

Rather than ask multiple choice questions or ask students to memorize information, this curriculum poses questions that encourage students to think intelligently, on their own.

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