Resilience For Youth Sample Lesson – Flipping the Switch
About Flipping the Switch
The Flipping the Switch unit of the Resilience for Youth Program teaches visual metaphor that is introduced to a class or group. It shows students how, in the face of challenges, they can “flip the switch” and be resilient in the face of adversity.
The core of each Resilience for Youth unit is the visual metaphor. Use the emotional fuel visual metaphor to give students a visual representation of the concepts you teach.
The teacher’s manual includes important information about how to teach each learning unit, including processing questions, definitions, and other tips.
Activities are a valuable resource provided in the Resilience for Youth toolkit. Activities provide a fun and engaging way to teach students the influential skills from each learning unit.
Journals are a convenient resource provided in the Resilience for Youth Toolkit that provide a convenient and enjoyable way to process different concepts with students.
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Resilience for Youth has 7 learning units with visual metaphors, videos, reading lists, and learning activities. Click below to schedule a demo of the complete program!