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Social Skills: The Science of Being Happy - The Happiness Class
Develop social skills and critical thinking skills. Be happier in everyday life: dealing with stress, loss and interpersonal relationships and building self confidence for teens and tweens. Teacher Tara is a certified Education Specialist
Ms. Tara - Expect Success
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Completed by 3 learners
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Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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The Science of Being Happy Week 1 Science of Happiness: Briefly define and discuss science of how to be happy according to scientific research: Good habits (such as exercise and eating well) Mindfulness (being present and self-aware) Gratitude, (being thankful for what you have) Self reliance, (having your own sense of self worth) Problem solving, (able to persist to solve a problem even if it’s difficult or complex) Kindness/compassion toward others Purpose/commitment to your goal or...
Students will gain knowledge of common life experiences and the social and emotional skills needed to address these experiences.
Ms Tara who is teaching this course is an Education Specialist who is also a graduate of the Science of Happiness Class from Berkeley Science Center for the Greater Good. But this class also uses many other verified resources, gathered after having surveyed over 100 middle and high school students to discover their areas of need. So, dealing with common life experiences, building strong relationships and discovering their life purpose are areas of need that are addressed during this course. This class does not cover mindfulness techniques (though this is a valid form of stress reduction). In this class we are giving practical, scientific information.
No homework. All projects are in class. Students are encouraged to apply what they've learned outside of class.
Attendance and participation in class
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Tara - Expect Success
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3 total reviews
8 completed classes
Hi, It's a pleasure to meet you! I am Ms. Tara, Education Specialist. I attended Tufts University and then completed by Special Education teaching certification, at Northridge University in California. Also, I come from a 200 year family history...