Messages and Plans: Weekly Currently Featured
Currently featured materials will be posted in August. In the meantime, please see our Plan Ahead page.
Schools choose to implement the Project Wisdom supplemental messages with lessons plans in several ways. Some use them as recommended in the Weekly or Monthly Themes. Others choose from the Life Skills/Pressing Issues and/or Calendar Events selection.
Still others, implement these materials as they are featured here and highlighted in our Just For You email deployment. The choice is yours.
These tools work really well for weekly advisory, character education, life skills, or enrichment classes.
There are several ways you can implement this content:
- Take 10 minutes to read the message (either on the PA system,
in-house television system or as a class read-aloud), and then follow
up with the discussion generators.
- Take 20 minutes and ask students to complete the worksheet.
- Take 30 minutes or more and choose one of the outstanding
follow-up activities written for each academic area.
. . . The choice is yours.
"Students seem to relate to the material. In Junior High,
a favorite question is 'Why do we have to learn this?' With these
topics, that's a no-brainer!"
Mary, Middle School Teacher - Pennsylvania
Youre going to discover that these plans follow a consistent, easy-to-follow
format that provokes meaningful reflection and dialogue about issues that
It’s amazing to our team how quickly this school year has passed. It’s been filled with highs and lows, but that’s life, isn’t it? We feel grateful for each great moment and reflective about the challenges. Our hope for each of you is that this summer brings with it the time to refresh and replenish, to reflect and recharge. We’ll be back in mid-August with more encouragement and inspiration as you start the 2018-2019 school year.
Remember, access to the Project Wisdom Educator Resource Site 2.0 is available 24/7 with a current subscription. We will continue to review, revise, and upload materials throughout the summer. We are also available by email or phone. Let us know if we can be of any service.
"The program has been a great way to build a positive school climate and to begin to help
students understand that they are responsible for their choices and the outcomes of these choices,
both positive and negative."
Amy, Prevention Intervention Specialist - California
Additional Messages with Lesson Plans
> Calendar Events
> Life Skills/Pressing Issues
* In order to access these materials, your school must
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