Demonstrate constructive ways to minimize impulsivity and deal with upsetting emotions.
Demonstrate respect and appreciation for individual and cultural differences throughout the decision-making process
Demonstrate the ability to convey one’s thoughts, feelings, and perspectives using effective listening and speaking skills during social interactions.
Demonstrate the ability to identify and assess verbal and nonverbal cues.
Demonstrate the ability to prevent, manage, and resolve conflicts in constructive ways.
Determine when, where, and how to seek help for solving problems and making decisions.
Establish connections with others of varying backgrounds or cultures.
Exercise self-advocacy in the expression of one’s strengths and needs.
Explain how personal strengths may inform personal preferences and needs.
Explain the roles one plays within various contexts and the expected attitudes, beliefs, and actions associated with each.
Identify alternative solutions to a problem
Identify how personal attitudes and beliefs impact one’s behavior.
Identify personal and social roles.
Identify personal attitudes and beliefs.
Identify personal strengths and interests.
label, and express one’s emotions, thoughts, and feelings in varying situations.
Make associations between one’s personal experiences and the experiences of others.
Make the connection between how one feels and how one behaves.
Monitor and adjust one’s behavior in order to play and work cooperatively.
Recognize and analyze the effect of peer pressure when decisions are made.
Recognize and appreciate individual and group similarities and differences.
Recognize and name one’s emotions.
Recognize different home, school, and community resources that support intrapersonal growth and development.
Reflect and identify options and related consequences, both positive and negative, before expressing an emotion and/or taking action.
Respond and adapt appropriately to personal and environmental cues
Understand causes of one’s feelings/emotions/behaviors.
Use a decision-making and problem solving model
Use active listening skills as a means to identify the thoughts, feelings, and actions of others.
Use social cues to inform the expression of one’s emotions, thoughts, and feelings.