High Resolves Australia

    Peak Experience

    Better Self

    “How do you decide what’s right?”

    In this workshop, students explore their own ethical decision-making profile and discover how this knowledge can help them work more effectively with others.

    Students build the skills needed to:

    • Deepen their understanding of ethical concepts and issues
    • Build their personal and social capability to work collaboratively

    What’s involved?

    Workshop activities include…

    Citizens Panel

    Using decision-making and collaboration skills to respond to an ethical dilemma.

    Ethical Profiles

    Recognising different ethical profiles and identifying the dominant profile for each student.

    Effective Collaboration

    Understanding the effective collaboration skills of active listening, active telling and active reframing.

    My Better Self...

    Each student develops their own action plan to be more effective in creating a positive difference in their community.

    What will students learn?

    By the end of the workshop students will be able to…

    Picture of a heart

    Appreciate that effective collaboration requires consideration of different ethical profiles


    Be able to use a range of interpersonal techniques to effectively collaborate with others

    Picture of a brain

    Better understand their own ethical decision-making process and how this may differ from others

    Where does this fit in?

    This workshop is suitable for students in Years 7-12.

    The content aligns to the Australian F-10 Curriculum General Capabilities:


    Critical & Creative Thinking


    Ethical Understanding


    Intercultural Understanding


    Personal and Social Capability

    How can we take part?


    An interactive and engaging ‘Peak Experience’ run in-person by one of our expert facilitators.

    Timing: 2 hours

    Student count: Up to 60 per workshop


    This workshop offers flexible learning using a combination of online self-directed work and facilitated debrief sessions.

    Timing: 2 hours (can be split over multiple sessions)

    Student count: Up to 60 per workshop

    What do we need to provide?

    For face-to-face workshops, we’ll need…


    A large open space with room for up to 60 students to move around and work in groups.


    A data projector or large TV, microphone (cordless is ideal), speakers to play videos and music.


    A chair for each participant. These can be stacked to the side of the room prior to each session.


    A pen or pencil for each participant. No laptops, paper or other resources are required.


    At least two staff members to be present throughout the workshop for active observation.

    For online workshops, your students will need…


    A computer or tablet for each student to complete their online course and join the scheduled check-in calls with their High Resolves facilitator.


    A reliable internet connection will help to ensure that students get the most out of the course content and facilitator check-ins.

    How can we extend the learning?

    We’ve got all the follow-up resources that you need…


    Students learn different strategies they can use to integreate multiple perspectives when making decisions.

    Confirmation Bias

    Pet Town

    Students explore the mehanics and implications of ‘group-think’ and  strategies to use to avoid polarisation.


    Students learn the importance of collaboration and how communication can help teams create better solutions.

    Public Narrative

    Students learn how to use public narrative to inspire and motivate others to action. 

    All Teacher Resource Packs include student stimulus materials and flexible, step-by-step lesson plans, and are available for you to deliver in your classroom to reinforce the learning from this workshop.

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