Our programs are available in two formats, Project & Print and 1:1. Each format includes the same material, but 1:1 provides individual logins for all of your students. Below you will find descriptions of the two formats and a list of programs available under this topic. These programs are available individually, as part of a topic bundle, and as part of a grade level bundle.
Provides teachers with access to the Social Emotional programs on the platform. The digital resources are controlled by the teachers and projected in the classroom. Course materials can also be printed off for student use and completion. Project + Print pricing is per school.
1:1 access provides both teachers and students with usernames and passwords to access programs on the platform. Students may then complete their assignments and view program videos using their own devices.
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Individual Health World programs are $50. The course material will be in Project + Print form, which allows educators to project and review the course material with the class and then provide students with printable assignments to complete.
This course is designed to teach children about the concept of self-esteem and the role it plays in having healthy friendships. Using the acronym THINK, students will learn that self-esteem is how we Think about ourselves. They will also develop an understanding of how to Help enhance self-esteem using positive self-talk, how to Identify and respect others’ feelings, how to use the Golden Rule to help others in Need, and how to Keep a positive attitude. Techniques to control and express anger and stress in healthy ways will also be covered in this course.Learn More >
When puberty causes emotional and physical changes, teens can often become unhappy or self-conscious with their appearance. In this program, students will learn what it means to have a positive versus negative body image. The messages young teens receive from their peers, culture and the media about the “perfect body” will be closely examined.
The course will also outline the choices teens have in light of these messages – the choice to accept and be proud of their body, or the choice to change their body by using chemicals, disordered eating, dieting, and cosmetic surgery in order to achieve “perfection.” The positive and negative consequences of each choice will be carefully outlined. Students will end the course by learning five key ingredients to maintaining a healthy body and a positive body image.Learn More >
Great materials! The use of technology really helped keep the students engaged