Need a fun safe space to freely express how you are feeling?
Can you identify how you feel?
How does how you feel effect you?
Can you identify the source of your emotions?
Do you channel and release your emotions effectively?
Do you know how to regulate how you are feeling?
Calling all teens and preteens! What’s the most important thing for students to learn at school? Reading, writing and arithmetic matter more than ever—but if you're unable to fully understand and regulate your feelings and emotions, it's difficult to focus on doing anything else.
The Miseducation of Self: An Art Inspired Healing Look at Self Awareness... uses Lauryn Hill's Miseducation album as a guide to create an experience allowing youth to explore and express their feelings and emotions in a safe space. Using 6 songs to build lessons around the 12 Stages of Healing, this program takes into account the importance of self awareness, and creates a forum for rehabilitation and restoration for our youth using music, activities, projects, discussions, and self expression. Pre-teens and teens have the flexibility to build from the stage of healing they are currently experiencing.
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill tackles love lost and love found, distrust, pregnancy, and self-actualization. Trying to “figure it all out”—her project was seeped in feelings. She may be decades removed from that demographic now, but many can still reference that moment in time and apply it to their own pivotal life moments. This program has been created to allow this art form to teach and rehabilitate generations of all ages as we face this time of uncertainty. This 8 week program ends in as performance arts celebration of expression at Pan African Connection on July 25th!
8 weeks; 1 day per week (based on the 12 Stages of Healing)
Materials are included and shipped to each student. Please click to view supplies for the Miseducation of Self Summer Program:
Week 1: Forgive Them Father (Stages 1 and 2)
Week 2: Doo Wop (That Thang) (Stages 1, 2, 3)
Week 3: Ex-Factor (Stages 1, 2 and 3)
Week 4: Everything is Everything (Stages 4, 5, and 6)
Week 5: Nothing Even Matters (Stage 7,8, and 9)
Week 6: Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (Stages 10, 11, 12)
Week 7: Rehearsal and Groups to Prepare for the Performance
Week 8: Performance/Open Mic to Present Art Forms/Expressions @Pan African Connection Bookstore Art Gallery and Resource Center
Objectives of the Program:
Recognizing emotions in self and others
Understanding the causes and consequences of emotions
Labeling emotions accurately
Expressing emotions appropriately
Regulating emotions effectively
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