Transform the communication culture in schools and families to enhance the emotional well-being of students.
發展階段｜STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT
Growth & Scaling
JUST FEEL Compassionate School Programme
- We assist students to develop the habit of expressing feelings & needs from an early age.
- We empower teachers and parents with training, as they have the greatest influence on students’ growth.
- We join hands with schools to co-create compassionate school culture by developing long-term strategies.
- (1) JUST FEEL feelings & needs cards
- Designed in cooperation with Dr. Joseph Cheng, a psychiatrist from Taiwan based on Compassionate Communication. With 36 feelings and 25 needs cards, it is a visualised tool for children and parents to express themselves and to understand each other.
- (2) JUST FEEL Compassionate diary
- It is an interactive tool, designed to enhance parent-child communication. Our diaries allow both parents and children to record their feelings and needs in a 21-day period and accomplish a daily “challenge”, with an aim to help parents and children to develop a habit of regular check-in to foster interconnectedness.
- (3) JUST FEEL Feelings Thermometer
- With 2 sets of 10 reusable feelings stickers, it is a visualised and interactive tool for both parents and children to create space to communicate and to cultivate the habit of sharing feelings to each other.
如何解決市場痛點｜RESPONSE TO MARKET PAIN POINTS
Educators and caregivers need more support.
Despite 70% of local school teachers recognizing the importance of SEL, a shocking 60% find their schools completely lacking SEL for students in identifying, expressing and managing emotions.
Meanwhile, 68% of parents are frustrated by their lack of capacity to handle their children’s emotional and behavioral issues and expect more support to be made available to them. As role models for children, teachers and parents need training to create an aligned and reinforcing environment at home and at school.
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