Teaching empathy model for high school


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I designed a model for teaching empathy for high school students. It aims to create young leaders with social impact. The pilot project is on progress :)

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Teaching empathy model for high school

  1. 1. PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impact 6 months period Actors involved: PSF, schools, EXPLORATION Students, relevant partners, resource personAfter the program,students will betargeted to leverage GROW SOCIAL DESIGNtheir impacts as well assupport/ mentor their CHANGEjuniors 6 months period Actors involved: PSF, schools, Students, supporting system, IMPLEMENTATION resource person, targeted partners, media www.imanusman.com
  2. 2. PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactA. EXPLORATION • Learning the power of an individual I Know • Exploring passion and interests • Reflecting past experiences My Self • Sharpening Asset Based Thinking Social • Learning an individual’s position in the middle of social system • Individual’s responsibility toward himself and society Issues • Introduction of Social Issues Exposure • Building empathy by seeing and feeling the surrounding Get • Sharpening the empathy by getting involved in social actions • Learning best practices . Possible method: visit, service, Involved keynotes, or marketplace www.imanusman.com
  3. 3. PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactB. DESIGN • Find issues that you care most about Attract the • Introduction of social ventures • Creative solutions and best practices exposure Wanted • Introducing Social Venture’s Formula: Passion + Skills + Change Issues + Targeted Society = Social Venture • Analyzing possible actions • Selecting possible actions • Visibility analysis  SWOT, resources mapping • Project management and Leadership Planning • Creating plan of action, with tangible targets and timeline • Budgeting  maximizing the available resources • Sharpening the students’ characters www.imanusman.com
  4. 4. PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactC. IMPLEMENTATION Capacity Mentorship Monitoring Development • Creating a support • Improving the quality of • Monitoring and system that involves the students as the evaluation during and schools, PSF, partners leaders by giving after the process • Connecting capacity to the areas • Creating a space for international peer where students are improvement mentors with students lacking www.imanusman.com
  5. 5. PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactD. GROW LEVERAGING PEER SUPPORT Monitoring THE IMPACT SYSTEM • Providing access to • Students who already • Monitoring and students to expand completed the projects evaluation during and their projects and will be assigned to be after the process impacts by connecting peer mentor to support • Creating a space for students with leaders, their juniors’ projects improvement partners, and media come true • Creating an online and offline sharing platform • Improving the quality of their projects by learning from best practices www.imanusman.com