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Mar 15, 2021 2021-03-15

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Curricula Fostering Belonging and Purpose

Project Wayfinder is a new approach to social–emotional learning called Purpose Learning. It was born at the Stanford Institute of Design to answer a key design question: how can we reimagine adolescent education to develop a student’s sense of meaning, purpose, and belonging? Based in design thinking and creative exploration, the curricula are a product of partnerships with administrators, SEL experts, and thousands of teachers across the world. The “Belonging” curriculum is designed for grades 7–9; the “Purpose” curriculum, for grades 10–12; and the “Making Meaning” curriculum, for lifelong learning. All of the learning experiences are available in print or digital format. The digital lessons are designed for schools to journey through the entire curriculum from a laptop, tablet, or phone. Project Wayfinder’s authors share their leadership expertise on podcasts and suggest useful resources for educators around the world. Educators are invited to join a free, virtual half-day summit on April 6, 2021.

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