Mindfulness, for the purpose of this unit, will be defined as a nonjudgmental, non-elaborative awareness of the present moment; an awareness that allows for acknowledgment and acceptance of feelings, thoughts, and sensations as they arise.
This unit is designed to help students start socially and academically strong, and to equip educators with the resources to build a positive school culture.
This secondary unit is designed to empower students with the information they need to make healthy choices to prepare for, adopt, and eventually maintain an active lifestyle. The positive promotion of physical activity among children and youth has become a universal challenge.
This unit is intended to help students understand and learn how to establish healthy relationship expectations.
Students will practice preparing in and out of school materials, explore time management strategies, deconstruct large tasks into smaller ones, discover obstacles to their productivity, and learn to prioritize tasks.
The purpose of this unit is to provide students with the knowledge and practice they need to manage their time effectively.
By reflecting on personal experiences, values, and thought processes, students will develop abilities to analyze, synthesize, critically think, and achieve a positive sense of self. Such competencies are crucial for post-secondary successes.
In this unit, students will learn the importance of time management in lesson 1. In lesson 2 they will look at how they use their time. Lesson 3 will introduce students to using a daily planner. Lesson 4 and lesson 5 will cover organization.