Teaching teenaged students respect for peers, faculty and the campus learning environment, The Human Rules Program addresses both respect and student responsibility like never before, with a lively and entertaining auditorium assembly, a follow-up classroom DVD/lesson-plan, and a 60 page pocket-sized guidebook for every participating student. In addition, The Human Rules Program helps schools bring a unifying conclusion to efforts in improvement of student respect and responsibility with optional Human Day Event instructions and promotional materials. Click here to learn more about Human Day.
How does The Human Rules Program work? No-politics and religion-free, The Humans Rules Program gives its students a deep understanding (and a profound change in appreciation) for the social contract values you require in your classrooms and on your campus.
- The Human Rules establishes education as a social responsibility, encouraging student ownership of attendance, learning and achievement.
- The Human Rules provides students a renewed social expectation of fairness and honesty, at school, at home, and in the community.
- The Human Rules encourages student recognition and respect of peer diversity and difference, reducing bullying, violence and conflict.
- The Human Rules aids in conflict resolution, offering a common campus language and a common point of reference, allowing improved communication among peers, parents, and educators.
- The Human Rules gives its students a no-holds-barred view of societal risks and rewards and a point-blank, spelling-out of social contract expectations.
- The Human Rules clearly associates typical teen offenses with violation of social contract boundaries, challenging students to make better choices and decisions.
TheHumanRules.com offers to both middle and high schools several affordable options to host The Human Rules and Human Day events at your campus.
Be sure to keep in mind that The Human Rules classroom DVD/lesson plan and student guidebooks are Title 1 qualified instructional materials.