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What Teachers Are Saying About Project 11

Darren Roy – Teacher

“I am grateful for the tools and strategies that Project 11 makes available to educators. They supplement my classroom teachings in so many enriching ways. Social-emotional instruction fosters confidence and self-esteem in children that is necessary for helping them feel successful in their content-area learning.”

Darren Roy - Teacher

Rachel Foidart – Directrice adjointe

« Mon rêve est de voir l’impact à long terme sur les élèves qui auront reçu la formation pendant toute leur scolarité, de la maternelle a la 12e année. De voir comment ils ont réussi à se construire une résilience et ont pu se bâtir leur propre trousse d’outils pour s’assurer le maintien d’une bonne santé mentale. Quel beau cadeau pour la prochaine génération! »

Rachel Foidart - Directrice adjointe

Bronwen Dobson – Teacher

“I have taught for 30 years and this is my all-time favorite program for combining ELA with mental health awareness. Thank you for the difference you are making in the lives of children! We hope to have all teachers in our school trained so that every student can benefit.”

Bronwen Dobson - Teacher

Pierre Bohemier – enseignant

« Les occasions pour les enseignants d’immersion française et francophones de travailler le vocabulaire de bien-être mental et les activités en français avec leurs élèves nous permettent d’inclure le plus d’élèves possible afin de développer leur santé mentale! Bravo! J’encourage tous les enseignants à s’inscrire et à faire partie du programme du Project 11! »

Pierre Bohemier - enseignant

Katie Hoch – Teacher

“…it has been nice to have Project 11 to help encourage and engage the students in conversations about taking care of our whole selves. (…) We have been talking to an Indigenous teacher a few times a week as well and some of them were able to make connections between the self care bingo and the medicine wheel. “

Katie Hoch - Teacher