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Pathways to Positive Peer Interactions
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More information about WhyTry
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What Separates WhyTry
From other programs & tools
The WhyTry Program
WhyTry is a flexible toolkit and curriculum for K-12 teachers and counselors. It provides simple, hands-on strategies and resources to help motivate the unmotivated student, support students with trauma, improve engagement, and increase academic success. The idea is straightforward: teach life skills and resilience to youth in a way they can understand and remember.
10 WhyTry Learning Units
The WhyTry curriculum utilizes a series of
ten visual analogies that teach essential
life skills including:
- Positive self-esteem
- Emotional regulation
- Having a resilient mindset
- Peer influence & relationships
- Hard work & Determination
- Responsibility and expectations
- Relationship building
Free resources from today’s Webinar
As promised in our webinar today, we want to share with you the sample lesson resources for building positive peer interactions with your students.
Climbing Out – Discussing Peer Influence and Relationships
One of the most unique things about WhyTry is how we use visual metaphors to teach these important principles to students in a way they can understand and remember. The powerful thing about using this visual approach is the way it takes abstract concepts and puts them into a context through the use of a metaphor that students can understand. It essentially creates a language for educators to communicate the relevance of these things.