Courage is taking on problems even when there's a possibility of risk. It also involves students speaking up for what's right, even if there's opposition from their peers, and acting on their convictions. In the end, we want our students to be able to think critically and fight for justice for all. Check out these tools to help students reflect on their beliefs, practice better decision-making, face adversity head-on, and change their schools and the world.
Interested in seeing tips on how you might use some of these tools in the classroom? Check out our blog series We All Teach SEL: Inspiring Activities for Every Classroom.
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