Lots of schools experiment with curricula to teach kids social and emotional skills. But what tends to happen is, teachers are thrown in front of a group of middle schoolers and it’s assumed they know what to do. “Owning Up” is distinctive in that it starts with training teachers, helping them learn to identify and manage their own emotions.
“Respect your elders.” It’s an adage woven into our collective cultures. But this generation of young people sees ‘respect’ very differently and isn’t accustomed to hearing the word ‘dignity’. These...Read More
Cultures of Dignity's co-founder, Rosalind Wiseman, spoke with the Anti-Defamation League's No Place For Hate Coordinators on how to confront bias in the classroom. In this webinar, Rosalind addresses: bullying vs...Read More
Charlie Kuhn is the CEO & Co-Founder of Cultures of Dignity. Charlie was asked to share how we can reframe and better understand what it means to strive for cultures...Read More
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls created an awesome video about the importance of changing the conversation around misogyny and sexual violence as seen in Donald Trumps comments this election season. Check…