What Is the Resilience for Youth Curriculum?
We’ve identified four sources of resilience that help every person in a school – students, teachers, and staff – identify where resilience is found and how to access it. Taken from WhyTry Founder Christian Moore’s renowned book The Resilience Breakthrough the strategies in this engaging new program will transform the way you and your students view life’s challenges.
Resilience for Youth uses the same multisensory approach as the WhyTry Program – learning activities, journal activities that help students reflect on program concepts, music, video, and other multimedia. The curriculum engages all major learning styles (visual, auditory, and body-kinesthetic).
Because of the variety of multisensory tools the program uses to illustrate the concepts in each unit, Resilience for Youth is flexible. Program concepts can be effectively taught in an hour-long small group session or in a ten-minute homeroom environment.
Implementing Resilience for Youth as part of:
- College and career prep
- Leadership classes
- Student success
- Tier 1 interventions
- School-wide resilience initiatives
- After-school programs
Resilience for Youth is led by thousands of professionals around the world:
- Teachers and special ed instructors
- School counselors and psychologists
- Social workers
- Probation officers
- Corrections staff
- After-school mentors
7 Learning Units
The Resilience for Youth program uses a multisensory learning approach to teach the skills of resilience to students of all learning types. This approach includes the use of a series of visual analogies to illustrate each unit in the curriculum.
To explore the 7 Resilience for Youth learning units, schedule a demo of our online curriculum: