Put learning into action by creating visual displays, mentoring younger students and presenting in class.
All activities are designed to be presented in the classroom by students; ideas include:
- high school students presenting to peers or middle school students
- middle and high school students presenting to elementary school students
Above the Line/Below The Line
Help students understand the concept of above the line versus below the line behaviors and make a commitment to promoting above the line behaviors at their school.
Demonstrate the interaction between individuality and connectivity by creating a chain of interconnected individual links. Project Connect joins students, schools, and communities to make a powerful statement about uniting against bullying.
Explore descriptive versus judgmental language, in order to help students respond effectively to targets of bullying seeking help.
Encourage student participation in the “Choose Orange” campaign which builds positive, supportive behavior.
“I Will . . .”
Reinforce that all students have a role in preventing bullying through each student personalizing an “I Will . . .” message.
We Will Pledge
Invite students to sign the “We Will” pledge. The pledge can be downloaded and printed on 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper, or you can create a large banner with the pledge written or printed, and encourage students to sign their names.
The 180 Race
Practice redirecting negative situations with this interactive, collaborative and engaging exercise.
Your opinion is important!
After reviewing The We Will Generation, we would appreciate if would take a moment to share your thoughts in a brief, confidential survey.