Posts tagged Self-Esteem
Create the Debate UK Parliament Resource

A resource created by the UK Parliament Education Service for students to learn debating skills and processes that are used in the UK House of Commons.

The resource is designed to help students to form opinions, justify their viewpoints, learn about the importance of playing “Devil’s Advocate” and take part in the democratic decision-making process.

The resource can be used in Key Stage 3 and 4 Citizenship, PSHE, English and History lessons or by an after-school Debating Club.

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The Power of Self-Questioning Inner Drive Blog Post

A thoughtful blog post from the team at Inner Drive exploring the importance of encouraging students to engage in self-reflective practice. Facilitating time in PSHE lessons and in form-time to think about how their week is progressing can help students identify where there they may need additional advice and support to improve their levels of emotional wellbeing and academic performance.

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Why Art Therapy Works: Psychology Today Article

An interesting Psychology Today article by Cathy Malchiodi looking at a 2015 study by Haeyan, van Hooren and Hutchermaekers which explored the therapeutic benefits of adults taking part in art activities. Individuals who took part in their study felt that “through expression of their experiences in art, identity and self-image were strengthened” and they found a way of modulating emotional responses.

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Developing Critical Thinking and Reflection Skills-Learnhigher Resource

A great resource page created by Learnhigher to help university students to develop their critical thinking and reflection skills in order to craft effective essays and to prepare them for graduate careers. Information can also be adapted for use in FE colleges and in sixth form A Level Religious Studies and General Studies lessons.

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