We found 263 resources with the concept self esteem
School Manners: Respect
Pre-K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewBoost good manners with three activities designed to encourage respectful behavior in the classroom. After a conversation about manners, scholars role play scenarios with their peers, complete a worksheet that challenges them to identify...
A Classroom Guide to Peter H. Reynolds's Creatrilogy
3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHelp young readers find, identify, and use their voices with a set of empowering activities based on Peter H. Reynolds' trilogy of books. Sky Color, Ish, and The Dot focus on recognizing moods and treating each other kindly, and their...
Why Incompetent People Think They're Amazing
5 mins 9th - 12th
Why do people tend to overestimate their abilities? Even viewers who think they already know the answer to this question will learn something from watching a short video about the Dunning Kruger Effect. Do you know enough to recognize...
Emotional Intelligence: High School
9th - 12th
Yoda may believe “Luminous beings are we" but many teens find it difficult to believe the Jedi master's teachings, to believe in the Force within them, and to let their light shine. Brighten the school year with lessons and activities designed to nurture self-esteem and self-confidence.
Emotional Intelligence: Middle School
6th - 8th
Middle school is an emotionally turbulent time. Start your school year by establishing a positive and supportive classroom environment with lessons, activities, and videos that focus on peer relationships and individual self-esteem.Each of the Random Acts of Kindness lessons are the first resources in four-part units about self-esteem, peer pressure, bullying, and student identity.
An Introduction to Abraham H. Maslow’s A Theory Of Human Motivation
3 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Abraham Maslow's A Theory of Human Motivation describes the hierarchy of human needs that individuals must meet before they can become self-actualized. A short video analyzes the process with the example of a woman who begins a comedy...