Staff & Student Resilience


What is resilience and how can it be created it in our staff and students?
Resilience is the power to return to a position of empathy, strength, and hope after the daily witnessing of challenges families face in our community and the realities of the workplace. https://compassionresiliencetoolkit.org/.

What are the qualities that make up resilience?
  • Emotional regulation: The ability to control our emotions, attention, and thus our behavior
  • Impulse control: The ability to manage expression of our feelings
  • Empathy: Able to read others behavior, to understand their states, and build relationship
  • Causal analysis: Accurate identification of the cause of adversity
  • Realistic optimism: Being positive about the future and realistic
  • Self-efficacy: The sense that we can solve problems and succeed
  • Reaching out: The continued drive to take on more challenges and opportunities 

Working to teach these qualities and skills to students and staff through Social and Emotional Learning is one way to create resilience. Supporting the skill development and providing experience to practice in non-threatening situations will help secure them. 



 
 
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What is resilience and how can it be created it in our staff and students?
Resilience is the power to return to a position of empathy, strength, and hope after the daily witnessing of challenges families face in our community and the realities of the workplace. https://compassionresiliencetoolkit.org/.

What are the qualities that make up resilience?
  • Emotional regulation: The ability to control our emotions, attention, and thus our behavior
  • Impulse control: The ability to manage expression of our feelings
  • Empathy: Able to read others behavior, to understand their states, and build relationship
  • Causal analysis: Accurate identification of the cause of adversity
  • Realistic optimism: Being positive about the future and realistic
  • Self-efficacy: The sense that we can solve problems and succeed
  • Reaching out: The continued drive to take on more challenges and opportunities 

Working to teach these qualities and skills to students and staff through Social and Emotional Learning is one way to create resilience. Supporting the skill development and providing experience to practice in non-threatening situations will help secure them. 



 
 
Which Program is Right for Your School?
 
Contact Us