LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF
Diversity & inclusion. It's time we start talking about it in more ways than just reminding children of the "Golden Rule". Matter of fact, a study of the "Golden Rule" reveals it was derived from "Love your neighbor as yourself". And according to research, there's a psychological connection between a person’s self-concept and their concept of others. Hearty relationships are attributed to a wholesome self-image.
Since we know feelings always follow thoughts, it’s crucial that elementary and middle school students are taught these messages so they can feel the connection between “their self” and “their neighbor” with an endearing resolution to diversity & inclusion.
They'll laugh, they'll cry, but THEY WON'T GO HOME THE SAME!Contact Dr. Banks directly about this program