Bring your students to Haliburton Forest to work on becoming more-welrounded students and citizens when considering communication, leadership, and group work. Our professional facilitation staff have a wide array of initiatives, knowledge, and activities that will build upon students' skills and develop new skills. Students of all ages and physical abilities may participate within these workshops. Overall, students will be able to transfer these learning opportunities outside of the classroom and The Forest. Your students may partake in a communication workshop for the morning and then visit the Wolf Center or an interpretive hike in the afternoon.
Please contact our facilitation staff for pricing information and inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expectations for Grade 10
SE.CR1 – demonstrate understanding of the varied dynamics of conflicts
SE.CR2 – describe different styles of handling conflict and their effectiveness in different situations
SE.CR3 – describe the benefits of developing anger management strategies
SE.CR4 – identify techniques for dealing with angry disputants
SE.CR5 – describe the impact of non-verbal and verbal responses
SE.CR6 – identify the characteristics of an effective mediator
SE.CR7 - describe the phases of mediation
SE.SS1 – demonstrate behaviours that are respectful of others' points of view
SE.SS2 – describe their own contribution to and effectiveness within a group