Fostering Engaged Living

CoVitality delivers results on a students sense of engaged Living, another key aspect of social emotional learning representing a domain that is comprised of 3 strengths: Gratitude, or a deeper appreciation for someone or something that produces more long lasting positivity. Zest, or the degree of enthusiasm and energy with which a student approaches work. And Optimism, or the tendency to believe that good things are to come, and to have positive outlook on the future

Gratitude - Understand which students could improve in this area and use these general resources to to foster a students sense of engaged living. These links provide options for use in school wide and classroom contexts as well as by psychologists, counselors, and social workers when supporting individuals and small group.

2020 | Greater Good in Education

 November 2019 | Greater Good in Education | Jeffrey J. Froh, Giacomo Bono

2019 | Open Circle

 November 2017 | Greater Good in Education | Emily Campbell

 February 2017 | Greater Good in Education | Giacomo Bono

 November 2017  | Greater Good in Education | Amy L. Eva

 November 2017 | Greater Good in Education | Owen Griffith

 November 2016 | Greater Good in Education | Owen Griffith

Zest is the degree of enthusiasm and energy with which a student approaches work.

 August 2017 | Greater Good in Education

  November 2013| Greater Good in Education

Optimism is the tendency to believe that good things are to come and to have positive outlook on the future

February 2020  | Greater Good in Education

 2020 | Hopeful Minds an iFred.org Project

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