High Resolves

    In our workshop Talking About… Identity and Purpose students explore how we understand and categorise ourselves and others, and how this impacts our interactions.

    They develop a mature understanding of difference, and gain tools for identifying with each other and acting with empathy.

    Outcomes

    • Participants appreciate that in order to work in the long-term, collective interest they must actively take into account their own and other people’s dominant ethical profile.
    • Participants draw upon a wide range of interpersonal techniques to effectively collaborate with others when working towards common goals.
    • Participants better understand their own distinctive decision-making process and the impact they can have on others.

    Who is the workshop for?

    Suitable for: Grades 6 – 12

    Learning objectives:

    Aligns to the Australian F-10 Curriculum General Capabilities:

    • Critical & Creative Thinking
    • Ethical Understanding
    • Intercultural Understanding
    • Personal and Social Capability

    Classroom requirements

    Large open space with room for approx. 60 participants to move around and work in both small and large groups (ideally a gym, library, drama room etc.)

    AV: data projector and large screen, microphone (cordless is ideal), speakers to play videos and music.

    A chair for each participant. 

    Pen/pencil per participant. No laptops needed. 

    Minimum of two staff members for active observation. 

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