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A Resilience Framework

Posted on: March 22, 2007

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For more information on the Circle of Courage, then visit the category

Building Learning Partnerships.

Dimension Three- Extending and Refining Knowledge

Use your knowledges around resilience to shape an overarching proactive resilience framework for your classroom/school. Draw on one of the frameworks discussed during Uni, or design your own.

CIRCLE OF COURAGE.


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There are four sections to the circle of courage. They are belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity. Below are the four quarters and focus questions for each.

BELONGING: Where do you belong? Social groups, people etc.

MASTERY: What are you good at? What have you achieved?

INDEPENDENCE: When do you feel most confident and strong?

GENEROSITY: What generous thing have you done in the last 24 hours?

Resources:

Assignment on Circle of Courage

 Including Reference List, action plans, explanation on the framework.

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