Exercise: Who Are Your Advocates?

How can we teach our students the importance of supportive relationships? How can we help them identify supportive adults in their life who can provide advice and encouragement? Being able to ask for help is an important skill that we can teach our students. One of the ways to teach our students how to ask for help is to help them identify the people in their life that can help them. The purpose of this exercise is to guide students through a series of situations where they identify an adult who can be their advocate.
Updated on: February 13, 2020
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