What Can You Teach?
What Can You Teach: To Share Power, Discover Everyone’s Expertise is a 30-minute activity where participants have an opportunity to share how they can teach and lead others. Facilitators will discuss different ways of learning and knowing, including family traditions and life experience. They can prompt participants to think about what they know, such as athletic skills, design, architecture, math, fashion, writing, cooking, technology or music. For example, “My name is Jenna, and I can teach you to play the cello.” After everyone has shared something they can teach, the participants discuss common themes.
Planning and Preparation: This is a 30-minute activity that can be done with 10-15 participants. You’ll need poster paper or a whiteboard and markers. Works best in a space that allows participants to sit and stand in a circle.
Developmental Relationship Element: Share Power.
CASEL Competencies: listening, self-awareness.
Objective: Build and strengthen relationships among participants and between participants and leaders. Deepen understanding of Share Power in Search Institute’s developmental relationships framework.
Approaches to Expanding Possibilities
Ten approaches that can be integrated into program activities that build the Expand Possibilities element of the developmental relationships framework.
Approaches to Sharing Power
Ten approaches that can be integrated into classroom or program activities that build the Sharing Power element of the developmental relationships framework.
Approaches to Providing Support
Ten approaches that can be integrated into classroom or program activities that build the Provide Support element of the developmental relationships framework.