The GenWell Project is a human connection movement that wants to inspire people of all ages to spend more time face to face to experience the fun and mental and physical health benefits of doing so. We want to be the catalyst that gets educators across Canada and around the world to speak about the importance of human connection to their students on May 3, 2019. Below you will find some tools, information and suggested activities that will assist you in bringing the conversation to the classroom.
The GenWell Project In-Class Overview
The GenWell Project wants to support Educators in their efforts to get students connected face to face. This downloadable outline helps connect the topic to the school curriculum around wellness, provides some research facts and figures and has a few suggestions for follow up activities you can schedule with your class.
We thank you for making us the excuse to get your classroom connected face to face. Together we can make the world a happier and healthier place one face to face conversation at a time.
Face to face tracking template:
Use this template to challenge your students to make the conscious decision to spend more time face to face in the week leading up to GenWell Weekend. Manually track the daily time spent face to face and maybe even find a few prizes to give those who make the greatest effort to spend more time face to face.