Mapping Tools for Educators
Adding Soft Skills to Hard Skills Taught in Education
Providing Workshops On How School Administrators, Guidance Counselors, & Teachers Can Use The CoreSelf Mapping Tool To:
We share some information on how school Administrators, Guidance Counselors, & Teachers can use the CoreSelf Mapping tool to:
Provide students an easy-to-follow path to greater certainty in a variety of situations
Increase confidence in discovering “Best Next Steps”
Strengthen their capacity for self-trust, self-respect and self-certainty
Giving them an ongoing planning tool to navigate future life challenges.
CoreSelf 101 Experience in the School Setting
Teens face enormous demands every day. From struggling to be independent to social and academic pressures to balancing family, work, and extra activities, most don’t yet know they have a super power---how to tap into their inner problem-solving skills--- to prepare them for their best next step after high school.
CoreSelf Mapping is an educational tool that provides an easy-to-follow path to greater certainty with regard to a vast variety of situations. What it does:
Uses the power of positive psychology to reduce feelings of being overwhelmed or uncertain.
Promote a higher degree of self-respect and self-awareness.
Teaches teens how to access insights to build self-confidence and a sense of empowerment.
FREE CoreSelf 4s Framework
This exercise, a precursor to the CoreSelf Map, involves identifying your 4S's: Situation, Strengths, Struggles, and Strategies.
Our workshops help to gain valuable insights and advantages.
Insights & Real Questions
When we’re feeling overboard, out of sight of land with no rescue on the way, lifen situations can seem impossible to resolve. Consider the following three narratives. Does one resonate with you more than another? A young adult who is a serious student develops strong friendships, volunteers in the community, goes on to college and…Read More
Getting on the same page with others of importance is challenging enough-being overly focused on “keeping score” can make it impossible. Unlike in sports or business, trying too hard to win in professional and personal relationships often delivers losing results. Real Questions that invite open discussion and thoughtful replies can help us get on the…Read More