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Free KSDE-sponsored interpersonal curricula available

The Kansas State Department of Education has announced an agency-sponsored interpersonal curricula that is free to Kansas elementary, middle and high schools.

Educators can help students build skills that increase their resilience and prevent bullying. The Kansans Can Competency Framework K–12 Assertiveness Curricula is available FREE for Kansas educators. Download lessons containing 76 instructional activities and companion student workbooks.

When you submit this form, you’ll be redirected to a webpage where you can download Primary, Intermediate and Secondary Lesson Sets which contain links to student workbooks, educational videos, posters and other teaching resources.

Explore the instructional activities with peers in online courses that start next week:

For questions, contact Dr. Pattie Noonan at pnoonan@ku.edu. For additional information, the Teaching Assertiveness Flyer and the website, www.cccframework.org, provide additional details and research synopses.

Posted: Mar 7, 2024,
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