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Morgane has had the pleasure of speaking and presenting to students, teachers, parents and administrators, and outside organizations about the Small Act Big Impact 21-day Kindness Challenge because she believes that we are all responsible for the cultures in which we learn, work, and live.
Inquiry into Kindness: Bringing the 21-Day Kindness Challenge to Life in Your Classroom
Book a hands-on workshop for your teachers that will bring the Small Act Big Impact 21-Day Kindness Challenge to life by providing research-based rationale for adopting the program, tangible connections to the classroom and outside community, and actionable lessons and tactics that teachers can implement the next school day! Whether teachers wish to commit to the 21 days, 7 days or simply adopt the spirit of the 21-day challenge, this workshop will leave them feeling inspired and will provide them with a roadmap going forward. Together, let’s make a big impact, one small act at a time!
Small Act Big Impact 21-Day Challenge Launch Assembly and School-Based Workshops
Book this story-based, engaging and inspiring assembly for students to start the 21-Day challenge. Follow-up lessons and planning sessions also available.
(Dependent on Morgane’s availability)
“I want to take a moment to thank you and commend you for your trauma / kindness work. As well, thank you for making the time to present to our staff at our recent Professional day – it was a pleasure to witness your preparation, thoughtful planning, and passion for this work. Your presentation was engaging, enlightening and well crafted. It was clear you have a real desire for sharing this work; the workshop did a fabulous job connecting the importance of understanding the trauma in the everyday lives of many of our students and how trauma impacts them in multiple ways. As well, you did a masterful job building understanding around what we can do in our work to help students who are experiencing trauma. As well, you highlighted the idea that trauma is not simply the ‘big T’ cases we are typically aware of, but is often experienced by children both at school or at home on a much more regular basis. I particularly appreciated your understanding of the importance of ‘beginning with why’ before rushing to ideas and solutions – this is important in everything we do and can be a pitfall in education. I believe our staff will benefit a great deal both from the ‘science of trauma’ information and the case you made for how necessary it is that we acknowledge its importance. Last, while there are many things we cannot control as educators, we do have control of many things. How we choose to plan, act and react are all within our control, can be improved from day to day, and come at no financial cost.”
Doug Smith, Principal, Greater Victoria School District
“Thanks again for coming to do your 21 Days of Kindness Challenge at Wishart! It was something that fit well with our focus on being kind, accepting and grateful that we as a school have tried to focus on.
I know that your class presentations were very well received, and the whole school assembly was fantastic! The students were engaged and participating with your presentation. A testament to your presentation was that students were focused during that time. I think hearing the stories brought your message of the kindness challenge to the attention of our school students. Your suggestions of kind acts for the 21 days gives us a focus everyday which has been great, and seeing many students involved and doing that, and we have asked parents to do the same at home.”
Garry Manhas, Principal, Sooke District