Copy of Habits of Success Continuum
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1. Self-Awareness & Self-Management SkillsA. Identify and manage one's emotions and behaviorsRecognize and accurately label emotions and how they are linked to behavior.Describe a range of emotions and the situations that cause them. Analyze factors that create stress or motivate successful performance.Analyze how thoughts and emotions affect decision making and responsible behavior.Evaluate how expressing one’s emotions in different situations affects others.
Demonstrate control of impulsive behavior.Describe and demonstrate ways to express emotions in a socially acceptable manner. Apply strategies to manage stress and to motivate successful performance.Generate ways to develop more positive attitudes.Evaluate how expressing more positive attitudes influences others.
B. Recognize personal qualities and external supports.Identify one’s likes and dislikes, needs and wants, strengths and challenges.Describe personal skills and interests that one wants to developAnalyze how personal qualities influence choices and successes.Set priorities in building on strengths and identifying areas for improvement.Implement a plan to build on a strength, meet a need, or address a challenge.
Identify family, peer, school, and community strengthsExplain how family members, peers, school personnel, and community members can support school success and responsible behavior. Analyze how making use of school and community supports and opportunities can contribute to school and life success.Analyze how positive adult role models and support systems contribute to school and life success. Evaluate how developing interests and filling useful roles support school and life success.
C. Demonstrate skills related to achieving personal and academic goalsDescribe why school is important in helping students achieve personal goals.Describe the steps in setting and working toward goal achievement.Set a short-term goal and make a plan for achieving it.Identify strategies to make use of resources and overcome obstacles to achieve goals.Set a post-secondary goal with action steps, timeframes, and criteria for evaluating achievement.
Identify goals for academic success and classroom behavior. Monitor progress on achieving a short-term personal goal.Analyze why one achieved or did not achieve a goal. Apply strategies to overcome obstacles to goal achievement.Monitor progress toward achieving a goal, and evaluate one’s performance against criteria.
2.Social Awareness & Interpersonal SkillsA. Recognize the feelings and perspectives of othersRecognize that others may experience situations differently from oneself.Identify verbal, physical, and situational cues that indicate how others may feel.Predict others’ feelings and perspectives in a variety of situations.Analyze similarities and differences between one’s own and others’ perspectives.Demonstrate how to express understanding of those who hold different opinions.
Use listening skills to identify the feelings and perspectives of others.Describe the expressed feelings and perspectives of others.Analyze how one’s behavior may affect othersUse conversation skills to understand others’ feelings and perspectives.Demonstrate ways to express empathy for others.
B. Recognize individual and group similarities and differencesDescribe the ways that people are similar and different.Identify differences among and contributions of various social and cultural groups.Explain how individual, social, and cultural differences may increase vulnerability to bullying and identify ways to address it.Analyze the origins and negative effects of stereotyping and prejudice.Evaluate strategies for being respectful of others and opposing stereotyping and prejudice.
Describe positive qualities in others.Demonstrate how to work effectively with those who are different from oneself.Analyze the effects of taking action to oppose bullying based on individual and group differences.Demonstrate respect for individuals from different social and cultural groups.Evaluate how advocacy for the rights of others contributes to the common good.
C. Use communication and social skills to interact effectively with others. Identify ways to work and play well with others.Describe approaches for making and keeping friendsAnalyze ways to establish positive relationships with others.Evaluate the effects of requesting support from and providing support to othersEvaluate the application of communication and social skills in daily interactions with peers, teachers, and families.
Demonstrate appropriate social and classroom behavior.Analyze ways to work effectively in groups.Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork to promote group effectiveness.Evaluate one’s contribution in groups as a member and leader. Plan, implement, and evaluate participation in a group project.
D. Demonstrate an ability to prevent, manage, and resolve interpersonal conflicts in constructive waysIdentify problems and conflicts commonly experienced by peers.Describe causes and consequences of conflicts.Evaluate strategies for preventing and resolving interpersonal problems.Analyze how listening and talking accurately help in resolving conflicts.Evaluate the effects of using negotiation skills to reach win-win solutions.
Identify approaches to resolving conflicts constructively.Apply constructive approaches in resolving conflicts.Define unhealthy peer pressure and evaluate strategies for resisting it.Analyze how conflict-resolution skills contribute to work within a group.Evaluate current conflict-resolution skills and plan how to improve them.
3. Decision-Making Skills and Responsible Behaviors A. Consider ethical, safety, and societal factors in making decisions.Explain why unprovoked acts that hurt others are wrong.Demonstrate the ability to respect the rights of self and othersEvaluate how honesty, respect, fairness, and compassion enable one to take the needs of others into account when making decisions.Demonstrate personal responsibility in making ethical decisionsApply ethical reasoning to evaluate societal practices.
Identify social norms and safety considerations that guide behavior.Demonstrate knowledge of how social norms affect decision making and behavior. Analyze the reasons for school and societal rules.Evaluate how social norms and the expectations of authority influence personal decisions and actions.Examine how the norms of different societies and cultures influence their members’ decisions and behaviors.
B. Apply decision-making skills to deal responsibly with daily academic and social situations.Identify a range of decisions that students make at school.Identify and apply the steps of systematic decision making.Analyze how decision-making skills improve study habits and academic performance.Evaluate personal abilities to gather information, generate alternatives, and anticipate the consequences of decisions.Analyze how present decision making affects college and career choices.
Make positive choices when interacting with classmates.Generate alternative solutions and evaluate their consequences for a range of academic and social situations.Evaluate strategies for resisting pressures to engage in unsafe or unethical activities.Apply decision-making skills to establish responsible social and work relationships.Evaluate how responsible decision making affects interpersonal and group relationships.
C. Contribute to the well-being of one’s school and community.Identify and perform roles that contribute to one’s classroom.Identify and perform roles that contribute to the school community.Evaluate one’s participation in efforts to address an identified school need.Plan, implement, and evaluate one’s participation in activities and organizations that improve school climate.Work cooperatively with others to plan, implement, and evaluate a project to meet an identified school need.
Identify and perform roles that contribute to one’s family.Identify and perform roles that contribute to one’s local community.Evaluate one’s participation in efforts to address an identified need in one’s local community.Plan, implement, and evaluate one’s participation in a group effort to contribute to one’s local community.Work cooperatively with others to plan, implement, and evaluate a project that addresses an identified need in the broader community.
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