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The size of our privilege is the size of our responsibility.

Andrea Scharrz

• debate about the fact that before being a consumer,
each of us is a citizen;
• study the different roles of each one to act in a society
more dignified for all people;
• map challenges and design solutions exercising citizenship
in your community.


In a market that promotes consumption and consumers, understanding the space and role of citizens can make a big difference in the evolution of social awareness, essential for real transformations.

Blue Sky Viewing Activity

Céu Azul is a visualization activity that helps you to get to know your students and their interests. Participants imagine a better world for their group, neighborhood, community, state, nation and / or the world. This activity encourages empathy, compassion and self-expression.
It also helps participants learn to react to a negative situation with positive action. Consider posting keywords and ideas as classroom values to be lived during the school year.

Map your broken heart. Change the world

This activity will help students discover their passion for giving (or would it be "giving"?). The first step in meaningful philanthropy is to identify the problems that really matter to us. In this activity, students follow their hearts - or rather, their broken hearts - to find out what they are passionate about.

Helping students find their spark

Philanthropic education and learning to serve are two important pieces in the puzzle of life. Both collaborate for the innate desire to find their own "spark" and create competence, empathy and confidence in the ability to make a difference in the world.


About making a difference #DiadeDoarKids

The Day of Donating Kids is a national non-profit organization, with an international reach, dedicated to creating and maintaining resources that guide teachers and elementary and high school students to learn the characteristics of generosity, service and civic action, as a way to influence their lives and the world.


Building an attentive and inclusive classroom begins with understanding where students are, not only academically, but also emotionally. Many students today have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences that affect their ability to regulate their emotions. By teaching children positive behavior and self-regulation, teachers can help improve results for all students. This lesson will introduce students to mindfulness activities and the use of gratitude journals.

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