Respect 360 Toolkit – English

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Respect 360 contains hundreds of group and 1-on-1 mentoring activities, discussion questions and Common-Core aligned journaling assignments. Youth and their influencers partner to redefine respect, practice The Respect Basics, break cycles of disrespect and thrive. The toolkit can be implemented as a curriculum, a daily or weekly program, or as a nimble framework for creating safe spaces for youth to nurture self-respect and their resiliency with the support of a caring influencer. [25% off when buying 20 or more toolkits]


Product Description

The Respect 360 toolkit contains:

  • 450+ group and 1-on-1 mentoring activities
  • Discussion questions
  • Games
  • Common-Core aligned journaling assignments
  • Bonus Respect Basic: Be of Service (complete a service-learning project in 7 sessions)
  • Roadmaps to implement programs ranging from a 4-hour Respect Rally to a 8- or 32-week program

Inside the toolkit

Check out our partners and impact. Respect 360 (and pre-pilots) have reached more 50,000 youth and influencers in the U.S. and seven countries, including implementation by:

  • Schools in low-income communities (Title 1)
  • Juvenile justice
  • Child welfare (foster youth and group homes)
  • Programs serving at-risk girls and vulnerable youth
  • Mentor programs
  • Domestic violence shelters and services
  • Teen pregnancy prevention programs
  • Substance abuse recovery programs
  • Job readiness programs
  • STEM programs for vulnerable youth
  • Parent education programs
  • Alternative schools
  • Equity policy implementation
  • Professional development
  • Advisory/homeroom program
  • School culture and climate outcomes
  • Classroom management
  • PBIS and school suspension reduction strategies
  • Social-emotional group work
  • Coaching and counseling sessions
  • Wellness and leadership classes
  • Common Core State Standards grades 6-12: Writing


1 review for Respect 360 Toolkit – English


    Advisors, many of whom were also first-year teachers, practiced The Respect Basics with the girls six times per month, created a Respect Pact to es e0 tablish norms in their advisories, coached girls to recover from disrespect, and met them with compassion as they grew their resiliency and support network.

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