Curriculum

 

Overview

Our sole-source proprietary curriculum centers on helping young people make positive decisions by teaching them the fundamentals of having character and how this correlates to leading a successful life. These presentations equip students with information that will prepare them to become active, productive, and contributing members of the community.

The LifeFAQs Goal Positioning System (GPS)

The LifeFAQs Goal Positioning System (GPS) curriculum is a goal setting and character building series that covers the core components of setting mile markers, overcoming obstacles, and developing core values. This curriculum is available in both highschool and middle school edition and is packaged in 8 monthly sessions:

 

  1. Drop A Pin – Personal Inventory
  2. How Do I Get There From Here?
  3. The Rules of the Road – Core Values
  4. Guardrails
  5. Mile Markers
  6. Overcoming Obstacles
  7. The Two Powers: Pedal to the Metal
  8. The Two Powers: Hit the Brakes!

C.H.O.I.C.E.S. for Emerging Generations

C.H.O.I.C.E.S. for Emerging Generations is used to teach ethical fitness. This seven part series is scalable from a one-time presentation to an expanded semester-long class. An Ethical Fitness Coach from LifeFAQs facilitates the class assembly or club using lecture and activities that engages student participation. C.H.O.I.C.E.S. is an acronym for each session in the series:

 

  1. C.H.O.I.C.E.S – An Overivew
  2. How to Never Fall
  3. Opportunity Through Overcoming
  4. Identifying Dilemmas
  5. Consequences of Choices
  6. Ethical Fitness
  7. Seven Secrets of Ethics

If Only I Knew the Rules, Maybe I Could Win…

If I Only Knew the Rules Maybe I Could Win explores career options. This presentation can also be used in an assembly but is best used in a classroom situation over several weeks. It explores sources and resources for connecting interests with career choices. Students explore sources that list jobs and their descriptions, requirements such as further education or skill training needed for each occupation, and facilities that offers either the education or training needed for employment in students’ chosen profession or trade.

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