Developing a Resilient Mindset

Teacher resilience is critical to the profession as teachers are currently experiencing significant stress and mental health issues. Additionally, teachers are one of the major socialisation agencies for students so it is critical they role model resilience. The program show teachers how to develop an adaptive mindset for resilience as well as how to develop it in students, peers and direct reports. Each participant completes a multi-rater assessment of their resilience which is based on positive psychology - this enables the teacher to identify their resilience strengths and capitalise on them. This is a one day program and only one of its kind that uses a multi-rater assessment to determine resilience. This program is designed to be delivered by certified teachers.

Grade 6 Adaptive Mindset for Resiliency (AMR 6)

The Adaptive Mindset for Resiliency (Year 6) uses evidence-based practices to show students how to develop their ability to adapt to pressure and the constant change that characterises the world today. This program takes students beyond resilience to adaptability by providing them training to adjust their thinking and behaviour. It is a training program rather than an awareness. Students develop specific mindsets and behaviours that can be observed and reinforced by teachers, peers and parents. The program shows students how to develop their ability to adapt to a wide range of school and home situations so that they can thrive under pressure and adversity. The program is modular and focuses on student thinking and behaviour in three distinct areas: how they filter information and interpret what happens to them, how they act under pressure and how they interact with others under pressure. The students complete a self-assessment and resilience strengths finder as part of the program ad focus on three core adaptability strategies. This program is designed to be delivered by certified teachers

 

Year 9-10 Adaptive Mindset for Resiliency (AMR 9-10)

The Adaptive Mindset for Resiliency (Year 9) uses evidence-based practices to show students how to develop their ability to adapt to pressure and the constant change that characterises the world today. This program takes students beyond resilience to adaptability by providing them training to adjust their thinking and behaviour. It is a training program rather than an awareness. Students develop specific mindsets and behaviours that can be observed and reinforced by teachers, peers and parents. The program shows students how to develop their ability to adapt to a wide range of school and home situations so that they can thrive under pressure and adversity. The program is modular and focuses on student thinking and behaviour in three distinct areas: how they filter information and interpret what happens to them, how they act under pressure and how they interact with others under pressure. The students complete a self-assessment and resilience strengths finder as part of the program and focus on seven adaptability strategies. This program is designed to be delivered by certified teachers.

 

Teaching for Results (TFR)

Teaching for results shows teachers how to let go of their natural biases that get in the way of their effectiveness when working with student, peers, parents and direct reports. The program shows teachers how to use a psychometrically valid approach to behaviourally profile those they work with so that they know how to adjust their behaviour to create mutually productive relationships. The program shows teachers how to achieve this by focusing on the Tracom SOCIAL STYLE and Versatility concepts. Interpersonal skills have been shown to be one of the critical success factors for teachers. However, most teachers do not receive training on this critical skill. The key outcome of the program is that the teachers will know precise what to do to be more effective with students, peers, parents and direct reports. This program is designed to be delivered by certified teachers and each participant completes the multi-rater assessment of their SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility.

 

Social Style and Versatility Year 9-10

The SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility Program (Yr 9-10) develops critical interpersonal skills that set senior school student up for success in their senior school years and for their future at work/university. The program uses the popular TRACOM SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility model. The program is modular and involves the use of video vignettes, exercises and class discussions so that student can recognise the the interpersonal biases that get in their way of their effectiveness. Each participant will complete a eel-assessment of their SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility. The adult version of this program has been published in 18 languages with 32 country norms.

 

Social Style Accepting Behavioural Differences Grade 6

The Accepting Behavioural Differences program is a modular course that focuses on helping students accept and understand behavioural differences. This achieved by using an age appropriate rendition of the globally popular SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility interpersonal effectiveness model. The program is highly interactive and designed to be delivered by certified teachers. The adult version of this program has been published in 18 languages with 32 country norms.

 

Social Intelligence

Social Intelligence is a learned skill and the younger we teach this critical skill to school students the better lives they will have. The objective of the schools programs is to give students the best chance of a successful and rewarding life by building Social Intelligence in students, teachers and parents. Call us now to discuss how these programs can be implemented in your school.

SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE

Modern neuroscience shows that Social Intelligence can be harnessed and improved.