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Friends and Feelings Social Club

Life Skills

Making Forever Friends

Understanding how friends are made can be a complex and emotionally charged discussion and. In this course, learners define what friendship means to them and then explore how to make and foster healthy friendships throughout their life.
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30 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

How does a "One-Time" class work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers

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Learners will be able to identify what their core values are and how this relates to the company they keep in friends.
I have taught Social Emotional Learning for over 10 years. I am a certified Adult and Child Resilience trainer for the Devereux Advance Behavioral Health Center for Resilient Children.
Journal using these prompts: 
1. What is my understanding of the word Friend?
2. How am I putting my values first when choosing a friend?
3. How do I contribute to my friendships and how to my friends contribute to it?
Something to take notes with. This could be a phone, tablet, computer, or pen and paper.
Checks for understanding will happen during the class
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be discussing what "values" mean to each individual. I will define Value as something your learner holds important to them. I will ask the learner what are 3 things they hold most important in their life. This could be family, friends, and school. I will then ask what makes their 3 things important to them? These reflective prompts may bring them to question how their values are different than those around them initiating some questions at home. 
The Anatomy of Friendship, Vol 22, Iss 1, January 2018 by R.I.M Dunbar


About Me

Tiffany Akai, M.Ed. has experience with  providing key aspects of professional development including but not limited to:  supporting providers through cohort-based and/or individual coaching and mentoring. Tiffany coaches and mentors in areas such... 
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