Prevention Education through Social & Emotional Learning
Coming Fall 2014
Too Good for Drugs Grades 4 & 5 - Revised Editions
The Revised Editions of Too Good for Drugs for Grades 4 & 5 feature a fully revised delivery model designed to promote social skill development and resiliency in a fun and interactive learning environment.
Students learn and practice setting reachable goals, making responsible decisions, and refuse peer pressure and influence through independent, paired, and cooperative learning activities and games.
Enhanced delivery model builds a framework for:
Positive social norms
Social skill development
Social emotional competency
Social Emotional Learning concepts are infused with established theories of social development, social learning, and normative education to build protective factors and mitigate risk factors for substance abuse. A knowledge base of the negative health effects of substance use, including the misuse of prescription and over-the-counter medications, promotes no-use norms and expectations.
Available for late Fall implementations.
Better Together: Too Good for Drugs + Social Perspectives Expansion Kits
Already implementing Too Good for Drugs? Combine Too Good for Drugs and Social Perspectives into one integrated 15 lesson program. When implemented together, Too Good for Drugs and Social Perspectives develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes adolescents need for positive social and emotional development, resiliency, non-violent problem solving, and drug-free living. Expansion kits available for grades 6, 7, and 8.
Skills for Conflict Resolution and Handling Bullying Situations
Social emotional learning provides students with the skills they need to safely prevent and resolve conflict. These include effective communication, problem-solving, and having respect for self and others. Too Good for Violence and Social Perspectives include lessons on these topics plus managing emotions and handling bullying situations. Learn more
Too Good for Drugs and Too Good for Violence have been reviewed by SAMHSA's NREPP. The Reviews and ratings are available to view at NREPP's website. Click the link below for the Too Good program you are interested in. Too Good for Drugs K-12 Too Good for Violence K-12