How It Works
We equip Pre-K-12 schools with digital resources, training, and strategy to teach positive psychology’s 24 character strengths and empower their students to build positive relationships.
Once a school becomes a Partner School, they unlock access to The Positivity Project’s resources, training, and strategy. This includes staff-wide access to 32 weeks of grade-level differentiated slide presentations for daily 15-minute lessons – and much more.
P2’s daily 15-minute digital lessons, shared via Google Slides, are off-the-shelf and easily delivered by any teacher. These lessons include videos, activities, and follow-up questions to facilitate classroom discussions. Partner Schools also have access to P2 for Families, P2 for Educators, P2 PBL – and more.
By using our online P2 100 Video to lead a 3-hour staff-wide training, educators will have the knowledge and confidence necessary to teach their students positive psychology’s 24 character strengths. For schools in select locations, we also have in-person training opportunities available.
Strategy + Support
Our Implementation Strategy Playbooks help your school develop a plan to consistently teach character and relationships. These playbooks are differentiated for elementary, middle, and high schools. Plus, we provide ongoing support for all your implementation questions and needs.
Why it Works
Our emphasis on consistency is grounded in research from child psychology and neuroscience. As the adage goes, “Neurons that fire together, wire together.” Learn more here.
What is Positive Psychology?
Positive psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living — and maintains that what is good in life is as genuine as what is bad. Positive psychology’s 24 character strengths are grounded in extensive research and analysis that resulted in the landmark 800-page book Character Strengths and Virtues.
Character Strengths and Virtues presents evidence that all 24 strengths exist in every person — and in all cultures of the world. Character strengths define who, not what, a person is. Ranging from bravery and forgiveness to integrity and gratitude, these character strengths are the foundation of The Positivity Project’s model.Learn More