Values and Questions Card Set invites students into conversations about values they can bring to their learning, their work, their relationships and other aspects of their lives.
This Values and Questions Card Deck and Instruction Booklet invites students into conversations about values they can bring to their learning, their work, their relationships and other aspects of their lives. The cards are designed for any adult who works with students in the secondary school years who wants to start meaningful conversations with individual students or groups. The set can be used by classroom teachers, administrators, counsellors, psychologists, social workers, learning specialists and support staff.
The set consists of two card decks and an instructional booklet. The first deck is the Values Cards which contain words that describe ways of being that make life meaningful such as curious, generous and imaginative. The second desk is the Questions Cards which contain blank spaces. Any value can fit any blank space and students respond to the resulting question.
The instruction booklet highlights a number of ways players can use the cards, either through individual reflection, partner conversations or group discussion. With 5400 possible questions to which players can respond, the Values and Questions Card Deck and Instruction Booklet will help students imagine new ways to live by their values. In this game, everyone wins.
Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary), Ages: 18+ (Adult)
2 Decks of Cards plus an A5 Instructional Booklet (25 pages)
Jonathan Weinstein, Lauren Porosoff
Hawker Brownlow Education
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