As part of our ongoing discussion of social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making, we're examining popularity.
Loneliness is one of the most painful parts of being a person. That's why discussion is important. It lets us know we're not really alone.
Check out this great videoWe're still talking about social awareness and relationship skills, but we're moving away from our digital engagements. I'm asking my students to interview someone. For me, an interview is simply a conversation with intent. It's engaging with another person and seeking understanding. It's working toward empathy. We're not looking to make an argument or even present our own perspectives this week. We're simply seeking to know another person more deeply.
We're continuing our work with social awareness, social engagement, and relationship skills by implementing some media management strategies. We want to control our media consumption. We don't want it controlling us.
We're talking about social awareness and relationship skills. This week, we're taking a look at how we engage with social media. It's important for us to take stock in the degree to which our media interactions are adding to or subtracting from out lives.
We're continuing our discussion on self-management and self-disciplined. This week, we're looking at task orientation, and we're working on setting up simple practices to help us reach our goals.
We're looking at self-management and self-discipline this week. We've previously discussed finding passion and purpose. Now, we're going to break down one of our goals. There's always a price to pay, and success often means sacrifice. We're going to consider what it will really take to achieve and live in our dreams.
We're continuing our focusing on self-awareness and self-perception from last week. In class, we're talking about our personal stories. By examining our lives, we can begin to set a course for the next chapter.
We're taking a look at our personal stories by exploring experiences that have impacted who we are. We're identifying "chapters" of our lives, so we can better understand where we are and where we might go.
Respect is at a premium. We see so many images of people digging in their heels and blindly shouting their opinions. However, listening to and respecting others is a strength, not a weakness.
We all have value, and we all deserve good things in our lives. It can be hard to feel that way sometimes, though. We have to allow ourselves the freedom to recognize our inherent worth.
We all have needs. Many of our needs are the same, but we attempt to meet our needs in different ways. By recognizing the needs that drive our behaviors, we can take control of our actions and meet our needs. By acknowledging that all people work to meet needs, we can best connect with and support others.
Practicing gratitude helps us gain perspective and embrace challenges.
We all have strengths. We're all special. We all have something inside that was meant for us to bring to life. We need to know our strengths, so we can lean into them. We need to identify the gaps between where we are and where we want to be, so we might close them.
We all have biases. The important thing is recognizing those biases and understanding how they impact our behaviors. Only then can we align our actions with the things we say we believe.
This week, we're talking about the impact of social norms and social programming.
This week, we're looking at social awareness and relationship skills. Specifically, we 're talking about connecting on an emotional level.
Stress can be negative or positive. We need to identify our stressors and implement strategies to best manage our stress.
We're circling back to self-awareness by taking a deeper look at emotional awareness.
We're looking at responsible decision-making this week, and we're starting with premeditatio malorum, "the pre-meditation of evils".