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At-Risk Student Prevention and Intervention Program
Transcript of At-Risk Student Prevention and Intervention Program
Step 1: Planning
Step 2: Delivery
Step 3: Transfering
Self-esteem will positively affect children’s emotions, performances and behavior.
Assisting students develop high self-esteem will also help them improve in other areas of their lives, like promoting mental health and students’ independence levels, and will be helpful in tackling other school issues, such as increasing school performance and decreasing bullying.
To assist students in developing positive emotions, the counselors will practice positive self-talk and facilitate the students’ connection between their levels of self-esteem with their emotions.
Counselors will help students identify, stress, and process positive emotions felt during times where they felt high self-esteem.
Counselors will help students recognize how their level of self-esteem impact their behaviors and attitudes.
The students will role-play how they would feel and act during times where they had low and high self-esteem.
Guidance Lesson #3 Increasing Self-Esteem with 3rd Grade Students: Quilt
We will use a ball for check in. The student with the ball will tell us one thing they like about themselves, and pass the ball to someone else and so on.
Next we will have a brief discussion on the difference between high self-esteem and low self-esteem. Then we will create a “quilt”. Each square of the quilt will be created by each child. One each square we will have the children draw or write what low self-esteem and high self-esteem look like.
As a check out, we will hang the quilts up in the hall.
Materials: Ball for check in squares of paper, markers, colors, pencils, tape
Guidance Lesson #1 Increasing Self-Esteem with 3rd Grade Students:
We will use a ball for check in. The student with the ball will have to tell one interesting thing about themselves, and the pass the ball to someone else and so on.
Next the students will create their “shield”. The students will receive the cut out of a shield and write their name in the middle. Once their name is written on the shield, they will write positive things about themselves all around the shield.
Following, they will get into groups, and share (if they would like) what they have done with their shield.
As a check out, the students will share one learning point from the activity.
Materials: Ball for check in, potato video, shields, markers, colors, pencils.
Guidance Lesson #2 Increasing Self-Esteem with 3rd Grade Students:
Book (Odd Velvet)
We will use a ball for check in. The student with the ball will describe their day so far using one feeling word, and then pass the ball to someone else and so on.
Next the students will listen to the story “Odd Velvet”
After the story we will discuss the story and answer questions
As a check out, the students will share one thing they learned from the story
Materials: Ball for check in, Odd Velvet
Students will be able to identify at least three positive things about themselves based off the guidance lesson number 1 (Potato video and shield activity).
Students will identify both positive and negative attributes of self and incorporate them with others students (Guidance lesson number two - Quilt).
Through bibliotherapy (Odd Velvet reading) and classroom discussion, students will embrace differences.
Develop a positive attitude towards self as an unique and worthy person.
Students will learn to recognize how high and low self-esteem impact the school environment and student success.
Students will develop positive attitudes towards self and others as an unique ad worthy person.
Step 4: Evaluation
Self-esteem questionnaire derived from the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and the Single-Item Self-Esteem Scale will be used for pre and post test.
Google Drive counselors will have quick and constant access to the results, and students can access it from school or home.
The counselors asked the students to write down a wish on a piece of paper. For each time a forth of the class completed the survey (for the pre and post tests), the counselors would randomly select a wish to be granted.
We expect that 80% of the students will improve their scores, indicating an increase in their self-esteem.
3rd grade at Brentwood Elementary School.
Teachers will pass out a Needs Assessment to turn back into the School Counselor.
Using the results, three guidance lessons will be conducted on Self-Esteem.
The goal time is to complete all lessons in a three month time frame.
Each classroom consists of about 25 students. About 200 students will participate in the At-Risk Prevention and Intervention Program.
For students who require additional counseling, individual sessions will be set up on a weekly or biweekly basis.
At Risk Program