Teen Habits Flexible Formats
What works best for you, works best for us.
Weekend Teen /Team Retreats: A select group of Habits (2-4) to achieve a desired outcome.
A 2-3 day period can be an effective & affordable way to help teens/teams to focus on the task at hand. Not only will participants have concentrated time to focus on personal growth but the extended time together will help team members bond. Great for groups like sports teams, service organizations, social organizations & church groups.
Seminar Style Evenings: All 7 Habits are covered in depth. Approx. 24 hours of experiential learning.
Normally 8 weeks in succession, one evening per week, 3 hours per session. We take a group of 15-20 teens through the Franklin Covey 7 Habits of Highly EffectiveTeens curriculum.
Traditional Block/Modified Block Schedules: All 7 Habits with customized & interactive instruction.
Modified to fit within and around the time constraints of the traditional school day/year. The best results are achieved when the program is condensed into a quarter-long program. Can be tailored to meet block or modified block schedules for middle school and high school.
Weeklong Leadership Day Boot Camps: All 7 Habits covered in extreme depth. Involves indoor and outdoor activities. Half and full day programs are offered over a 5 consecutive day period. This format maximizes time together, facilitating individual and group growth, while allowing participants to return home at night, reflect and share with family and friends what they’re experiencing.
After School Programs: All 7 Habits very similar to the block schedule programs. Here our efforts and focus is on helping participants create successful futures by putting in time now through hands on, mind on experiential learning tied to individual and group leadership.
Summer Loss Programs: All or some of the 7 Habits with an emphasis on studies retention. Research suggests and experience shows that summer loss, the period between the end of one school year and the beginning of the next, can set a student back substantially. Low income students show a more dramatic loss.
“On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of grade-level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer vacation. Reading achievement can be effected by up to 2 months.”
(Ron Fairchild, Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Summer Learning)
Keeping their brains and hands busy with interactive, experiential activities helps develop lifelong learners.
IEN/Idaho Educational Network: Collaborative instruction on 7 Habits and leadership lessons. Although much of what we do involves experiential learning, the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens curriculum can be delivered “on line” with the assistances of a co-facilitator on site. Lesson plans are shared in advance with the co-facilitator so that there is good continuity and interface with the students.
All formats include guest speakers/instructors to keep interest high and provide varied experiences.
Whatever your specific needs might be, chances are we can design a format that will work.