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Learning Themes

Bullying and
Cyberbullying Facts & Figures

Neuroscience & Behavior

Restorative Justice

Empathy & Mindfulness

What is Dignity For All?

A Bullying Prevention and Safe and Supportive Schools Program, both interactive with digital tools and offline with workbooks. DFA uses storytelling, role-playing, and popular culture to inspire collaborative discussion, critical reflection and goal- setting to become a more compassionate society.

DFA is divided into three Quests – Knowledge Acquisition: Understanding Bullying; Attitude Shift: How Reflection and Empathy Can Change Your Life, and Behavior Transformation: Creating Reflective and Restorative Communities – to help students focus on breaking down the issues that occur in each step of the bullying cycle and build the skills necessary to sustain safe and supportive culture and climate in schools.

We want kids to feel free to tell their story and help shape a new generation of kinder, empathic and civic-minded children.

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The Dignity For All Approach includes:

  • Professional Development and Coaching
  • A Comprehensive Curriculum Guide with Detailed Lesson Plans
  • A Student Workbook
  • An Online Digital Application
  • Other YLA MODULES

    TEAM BUILDING

    CONFLICT RESOLUTION

    FINANCIAL LITERACY

    HEALTHY HABITS

    COMMUNITY BUILDING

    PERSONAL APPEARANCE

    SELF DISCOVERY

    EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

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