SELF-ESTEEM - Healthy and Ready to Learn

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SELF-ESTEEM - Healthy and Ready to Learn

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HRL PARENT WORKSHOP: SELF-ESTEEM

Workshop Developer: Children’s Health Fund

Workshop Description: This workshop will teach about the importance of healthy self-esteem

Key Points (knowledge to be gained): 1. Defining self-esteem 2. Self-esteem and school 3. Building healthy self-esteem

Short Term Objectives (actions to be completed during the workshop): 1. Parents will learn what it means to have a healthy self-esteem and how they can help their children build healthy self-esteems

Long Term Objectives (longer-term actions that we’re aiming toward): 1. Children will develop a healthy self-esteem.

Materials: 1. Presentation 2. Post-Workshop Surveys 3. Self-esteem handout

Workshop Lesson Plan: See presentation for additional facilitator information/notes

Timing
1 min 3 mins

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3 mins Slide 6 3 mins Slide 8 10 mins Slide 12

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Actions
Introduce the topic Allow participants 1 min to give answers to the question. Feel free to let the participants shout out their answers or if this is a quiet group, call on 1-3 parents to share their ideas Allow participants 3 mins to talk about this question with the person to the left or right of them. Allow participants 3 mins to talk about this question with the person to the left or right of them. Hand out the handout and then read the directions for the activity. Directions: In groups of 3-4 create a 2-3 minute skit. In the skit one person will be the parent and one person will be the child (if you’d like more than one person can be a child). Your goal is to show the audience how parents can help their child develop healthy self-esteem. Using the handout, think about what it takes for a child to develop healthy self-esteem and then create the skit using 1-2 of those skills. For example, children need to feel a sense of encouragement, support and reward. The skit can involve a child wanting to try out for a sport.
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Material Needed

3 mins 4 mins

Slide 17
Administer postworkshop surveys.

The parent can be supportive by saying, “Good luck, give it your best shot.” Allow participants 3 mins to talk about this question with the person to the left or right of them. Ask participants to complete the back side of the survey they received at the start of the workshop. Collect the surveys from all participants.

Post Surveys

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Facilitator Notes: Intro the topic. “Today we will be discussing Self-Esteem.” Note: For any slide that does not have facilitator notes please read the information on the slide. Feel free to add information if you feel comfortable.
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Facilitator Notes: Ask the audience this question. Allow participants 1 min to give answers to the question. Feel free to let the participants shout out their answers or if this is a quiet group call on 1-3 parents to share their ideas. Add at the end: “Healthy self-esteem can also be be called high self-esteem, and unhealthy self-esteem can be called low self-esteem.”
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Facilitator Notes: In this session we will… click for each bullet point. (read through the takeways)
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Facilitator Notes: “So, if I think I’m far from the best version of myself, I don’t feel great about myself and I have low self-esteem. But when I’m close to my best version of myself, I feel much better and have higher self-esteem. For example, if I want to be smart and I see that I actually am smart, I have a high self-esteem.”
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Facilitator Notes: Allow participants 3 mins to talk about this question with the person to the left or right of them. Image Source: https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2016/03/11/19/08/depression1250870_960_720.jpg
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Facilitator Notes: Click for bullet points 7

Facilitator Notes: Allow participants 3 mins to talk about this question with the person to the left or right of them. Image Source: https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2015/10/28/06/27/ego1010017_960_720.jpg
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