Goal 3: Interpersonal Intelligence Narrative

A thriving individual needs the skills to advocate for themselves and collaborate with others in a variety of situations. They should understand the impact of their actions on others. It involves effective verbal and nonverbal communication and the ability to entertain multiple perspectives.

Learning Outcomes: Students will display effective interpersonal communication skills such as effective conflict resolution strategies, verbal and nonverbal reactions in social situations and how they differ amongst individuals. Students will develop effective leadership skills Students will understand the law relating to sexual consent and activity Students will understand healthy boundaries and will be able to have mature discussions with others about sex Students will acknowledge short and long term effects of sexual activity Students will describe how the skills of communication, cooperation, and compromise are essential for healthy relationships Students will define and understand the purpose of dating and discuss the stages of dating.


Curriculum/Program Guides from 2017


Emotional Correctness TED Talk, Joseph Mastrocola

Curriculum/Program Guides from 2016


Drinking the Delicious Tea of Consent, Joseph Mastrocola

Curriculum/Program Guides from 2015


Hate Free Room Pledge, Joseph Mastrocola


Newly Roommate Game, Joseph Mastrocola


Unity Canvas, Joseph Mastrocola

Curriculum/Program Guides from 2014


One Minute Hot Seat, Joseph Mastrocola