How Project TEAM Can Help You

Thousands of students in hundreds of classrooms across the country use Project TEAM Lesson Plans.

Using relatable characters, students work collaboratively and build connections with their classmates.

What you get:

  • 25+ lessons and activities to teach in your classroom
  • Printable supplemental handouts
  • Printable Career Journal for students to explore the importance of each foundation in their future
  • A PDF version of the character, you can print as many times as you want
  • A full guide for how to introduce and teach the foundation

We hope you take these lessons and help your students build the connections and a sense of belonging they need to thrive in your classroom.

Ruby Resiliency

 

We Can’t Lose Another Student

School violence is a tragic reminder that connection and a sense of belonging are critical focal points in our schools today. To establish this essential need, we need to teach social/emotional skills—such as teamwork, problem solving, leadership, and resiliency—with the same commitment as reading, writing and math.

Students today face a multitude of challenges in and out of school, all of which can negatively affect their development, academics, and social and emotional growth. Students with stronger resiliency skills will bounce back better from setbacks and cope better with disappointments and letdowns. Students with stronger resiliency skills will be less likely to be targets of bullying and less likely to feel ostracized from their peers.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, diversity and resilience should be integrated on a daily basis or else our schools—and society—will continue to produce students with no coping skills who feel disconnected and alienated.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in resiliency for only $9.99.

When students have strong resiliency skills…

  • They can better cope with tragedy and adversity
  • They let things roll off their back and solve conflicts appropriately
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

We Can’t Lose Another Student

School violence is a tragic reminder that connection and a sense of belonging are critical focal points in our schools today. To establish this essential need, we need to teach social/emotional skills—such as teamwork, problem solving, leadership, and resiliency—with the same commitment as reading, writing and math.

Students today face a multitude of challenges in and out of school, all of which can negatively affect their development, academics, and social and emotional growth. Students with stronger resiliency skills will bounce back better from setbacks and cope better with disappointments and letdowns. Students with stronger resiliency skills will be less likely to be targets of bullying and less likely to feel ostracized from their peers.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, diversity and resilience should be integrated on a daily basis or else our schools—and society—will continue to produce students with no coping skills who feel disconnected and alienated.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in resiliency for only $9.99.

When students have strong resiliency skills…

  • They can better cope with tragedy and adversity
  • They let things roll off their back and solve conflicts appropriately
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

Ruby Resiliency

 

All Students are Leaders – We Just Need to Help Them Know It!

When students are asked what it means to be a leader or who they know that is a leader, they often will state things like “run a company”, or “be in charge”, or “the president”, or “the principal”. They don’t realize that they themselves are leaders or that their peers, siblings and family members can be leaders. Leaders don’t have to be those that are in charge. Students need to know that simple things like helping others, supporting others, and using their everyday strengths  are the things that make them a leader.

It’s important for students to understand the value of making good choices, being a role model, and building on their personal strengths. Students who know what their leadership strengths are and use them are better equipped for the workplace. Students who use their strengths to be leaders, understand that making good choices helps them to be better people.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, diversity and leadership should be integrated on a daily basis. When students learn how to use their personal strengths they are more likely to succeed now and in the future.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in leadership for only $9.99.

When students have strong leadership skills…

  • They engage better in the classroom
  • They are more equipped to make positive choices and not follow inappropriate behavior
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

Lamar Leadership

 

All Students are Leaders – We Just Need to Help Them Know It!

When students are asked what it means to be a leader or who they know that is a leader, they often will state things like “run a company”, or “be in charge”, or “the president”, or “the principal”. They don’t realize that they themselves are leaders or that their peers, siblings and family members can be leaders. Leaders don’t have to be those that are in charge. Students need to know that simple things like helping others, supporting others, and using their everyday strengths  are the things that make them a leader.

It’s important for students to understand the value of making good choices, being a role model, and building on their personal strengths. Students who know what their leadership strengths are and use them are better equipped for the workplace. Students who use their strengths to be leaders, understand that making good choices helps them to be better people.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, diversity and leadership should be integrated on a daily basis. When students learn how to use their personal strengths they are more likely to succeed now and in the future.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in leadership for only $9.99.

When students have strong leadership skills…

  • They engage better in the classroom
  • They are more equipped to make positive choices and not follow inappropriate behavior
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

Lamar Leadership

 

Amelia Anti-Bullying

 

It’s More than the Bully and the Victim

Each year millions of students are bullied. And those are the numbers we know about. Students are missing school, falling behind, afraid of what they will see next on social media and are falling into hopeless depressions. The future outcomes of bullying for both the bully and the victim are grim – depression and other mental health issues, drug use, problems making and keeping quality friendships and other relationships, violence and jail. No educator wants their students to head down that road. But it is often a lack of knowing what to do, how to stop it or, better yet, how to prevent it that is often frustrating for educators, parents and students alike.

Targeting the bystanders and helping them see the true power they have in both conflicts and bullying situations is one important step to combating this pervasive issue. Students who are taught the skills to intervene, offer support or get a grownup, will be less likely to take part in the bullying or “egg” the bully on. Bystanders come to realize they do not have to fear retaliation because they have their team for support. All students need to be taught how helping one another, being respectful despite differences, and peacefullying resolving conflicts can all prevent bullying.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, and the importance of diversity  should be integrated on a daily basis. When students are equipped with the right tools they have the power to end bullying.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in anti-bullying for only $9.99.

When students have strong anti-bullying tools…

  • They know how being kind and respectful can keep their school peaceful
  • They know how to make good decisions when witnessing bullying
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

It’s More than the Bully and the Victim

Each year millions of students are bullied. And those are the numbers we know about. Students are missing school, falling behind, afraid of what they will see next on social media and are falling into hopeless depressions. The future outcomes of bullying for both the bully and the victim are grim – depression and other mental health issues, drug use, problems making and keeping quality friendships and other relationships, violence and jail. No educator wants their students to head down that road. But it is often a lack of knowing what to do, how to stop it or, better yet, how to prevent it that is often frustrating for educators, parents and students alike.

Targeting the bystanders and helping them see the true power they have in both conflicts and bullying situations is one important step to combating this pervasive issue. Students who are taught the skills to intervene, offer support or get a grownup, will be less likely to take part in the bullying or “egg” the bully on. Bystanders come to realize they do not have to fear retaliation because they have their team for support. All students need to be taught how helping one another, being respectful despite differences, and peacefullying resolving conflicts can all prevent bullying.

Teaching responsibility to others, compassion, and the importance of diversity  should be integrated on a daily basis. When students are equipped with the right tools they have the power to end bullying.

To help you, we’re offering our lessons in anti-bullying for only $9.99.

When students have strong anti-bullying tools…

  • They know how being kind and respectful can keep their school peaceful
  • They know how to make good decisions when witnessing bullying
  • They are more likely to have better connections to their peers

Amelia Anti-Bullying

 

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