Discoverer, Noticer, Advisor Resources on the DNA-V model Psychologists Louise Hayes and Joseph Ciarocchi have developed the DNA-V model. It contains the metaphors of the “Discoverer“, “Noticer“, and “Advisor” as well as Values, to help humans be aware of, make use of, and practice different skills towards valued living. https://vimeo.com/142767519?embedded=true&source=video_title&owner=33385105 The Discoverer Function: To increase […]
Evolution, Wellbeing, Sustainability
This activity lets students explore the six different values domains by considering why we humans might have evolved to find these areas of life meaningful and important, and what kinds of different things we can do to live towards these valued domains.
In this activity students sort a range of examples of emotions into a matrix of good-bad and mild-intense. There are no right or wrong answers (or rather all answers are correct) since this is about their personal experience.
Human Evolution Resources Human needs, values, and well-being What do humans need? What do you think is important for all or most humans to have in order to live a healthy and good life? What do you think are the elements that make a good life? Think about this question and brain-strom and collect all
Human Evolution Resources Emotions What is an emotion? What are emotions? How would you define the term? What characterizes emotions? What are some examples of emotions? What are some things that we do or that happen in us that are not examples of emotions? Lesson idea: Students work in groups to create a mind map