Class helps students identify their strengths

12/12/2013 | Kenosha News (Wis.)

Students in a self-advocacy class at a Wisconsin high school are learning how to reflect on their past behaviors and take steps to change future behavior. The program -- launched by three special-education teachers -- aims to give students the skills they need to identify and use their strengths. "We do a lot of different things in class, but the basic overall theme of the class is to teach them that they have strengths that they may not be aware of, and to get them to think things through," teacher Todd Hardy said.

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