Classroom Curriculum

Classroom Curriculum

Providing emotional education for the classroom

 Since behavior has become a natural science  the battery may be completed in an educational and training setting. It may be delivered using a workbook or online and supervised by a trained educator. The battery  presents a model emotional education that empowers students with self-knowledge, providing them with a scientific understanding of behavior, identifying how they deal with conflict, but also recognizing how different cultures present alternative norms, or systems of resolving conflict. 

The battery experience is viewed in the context of this broad emotional education program including the scientific study of the creative process enhanced by reviewing the art exhibits of the Museum of the Creative Process and also playing Moral Monopoly, a game of cultural story cards in which the suits illustrate stories of four cultural traditions integrating religions as complementary scientific discoveries into the exact Moral Science. This education provides the missing link between the humanities and the sciences, between knowledge and self-knowledge. The creative process as a conflict resolution mechanism integrates the humanities and the sciences, leads to self-knowledge, and clarity of values. As such the battery represents an intellectual as well as an emotional experience leading from self-discovery to personal growth. 

For too long students’ emotional needs have been kept outside of the classroom. Through Conflict Analysis, we now have a safe, secure, and meaningful way for students to learn about themselves. Gain more insight by reading a student case study.

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Professional Development

Learning about yourself is the first step to working as a team. We have found there are two primary distinctions in relational patterns based on degrees of power and affiliation.