Because life is not a straight road, we need to teach students to STEER
The journey from childhood to adulthood is not straight. There have always been challenges to overcome and obstacles to navigate. But in today’s world those challenges have increased: social media is undermining mental health and automation will replace graduates who lack uniquely human skills in the jobs market. Young people have never needed resilience, social-emotional skills and agency more than they do today.
STEER exists to equip young people with the social, emotional and cognitive skills to navigate the road ahead of them.
We do this by helping schools teach children how to use steer, so that they can become
- More effective learners
- More emotionally resilient
- More socially agile