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Module 1 Skills and Strengths

Students identify their skills and strengths, how they are useful in different situations and the importance of continually developing new and existing skills.

Module 2 Identity

Students explore how identity is formed and why it’s important to respect and appreciate their own and others’ individual, social and cultural differences.

Module 3: Responsibility

Students recognise their responsibilities at school and home, as well as those of people and services in their community, and how upholding them can help establish and maintain respectful relationships.

Module 4: Mindset and Attitude

Students discover how their emotions and attitudes impact on their behaviour, and how to develop a growth mindset to increase their persistence and confidence.

Module 5: Teamwork

Students learn to identify the skills and attitudes required for effective team work by participating in a series of engaging games that encourage self-reflection.

Module 6: Social Awareness & Fairness

Students learn how stereotyping and discrimination negatively impacts individuals and society. They also reflect on causes of conflict and develop strategies to approach and respond effectively.

Module 7: Responding to Change

Students reflect on how they have responded to change in the past, and develop some positive strategies to help them adapt to upcoming changes.

Module 8 Leadership

Students determine the role and qualities of an effective leader and learn how to move between roles to befit the needs of the group.

Every Evolve module contains all the resources you need to delve into a deep exploration of the module concept with your students. The main component is a fully prepared, 2 hour lesson plan, ready for use in the classroom. The session is split into three activities, each followed by a different debrief activity.

The other resources in the module are designed to support and extend student learning, and can be used to integrate social emotional learning into other subject areas, or can be used in a more flexible manner to fit into a busy classroom schedule.