What teachers are saying:
I now think very differently about the ways that I teach.
A new positive approach is exactly what brings out the best in our students as well as in us.
I am so glad I found this group. The strategies are among the best I’ve ever seen.
Regarding character strengths, I don’t have to apologize for being “too nice” and “too happy”.
I now feel like I have ownership of my strengths.
The idea of playing to strengths is powerful and simple. I don’t need to beat myself up over who I am not.
What school leaders are saying:
To say the least, I am inspired by your thoughts and activities. ~Elementary School Assistant Principal
Will bring the character strengths into the basis for essays in my senior course. ~Health Educator and Director of Athletics
I have been given license to use my strengths, and guidance to use them wisely without exaggeration . . . to attain higher goals. ~High School Leadership instructor
What dormitory staff are saying:
When parents and prospective students visit our dormitory, they comment on how optimistic our girls are and how they are all on the same page. The Appreciative Inquiry process has made this a reality.
The program has provided me with a structured and systematic approach to support student leadership in my dorm.