​​ Activate students' collaborative problem-solving skills   Reduce time-draining behavioral challenges    Increase empathy, deep thinking and belonging     

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As long-time teachers, grades K-12, we know how frustrating it can be

to lose precious time out of each day dealing with the same behavior problems over and over again.

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√  Educators want to educate.

√  Kids want to matter and to belong.



​​With just a little practice you'll see how you can consistently create

WIN-WIN classroom cultures

​where learning and belonging grow every day.​

 Integrating

 Prosocial Learning

 with 

 Education Standards


​ School Climate Reform Initiatives


Get Students Engaged With Their Own Social Emotional Development 

and

Watch Your Job Satisfaction Increase

1.  Tell us grade level you teach.


2.  Briefly describe a typical behavior challenge your students experience.


3.  Receive a link for your successful facilitation of a

KIDS' OWN WISDOM®

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1.  Build your confidence and expertise at facilitating kids' collaborative discovery of shared values for achieving their own best solutions. 


2.  With practice, watch as cooperation increases so that more time is spent on learning, and less time is spent on challenging behaviors.

 HOW the Kids' Own Wisdom® approach works

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​F A C T

 The more accountability

we give to children,

the more they rise to the occasion.


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WHY the Kids' Own Wisdom® approach belongs in schools

of the Kids' Own Wisdom® approach:

NO LECTURES.  

Instead of lectures, peer group discussions, 

based on questions that matter 

engage students' interest and expand their awareness about:

   • Other people's feelings

   • Shared values

   • The world around them 

​   • Solutions they discover together

... and much more!