Resources for Schools

We are very keen to spread the Quiet Revolution throughout the world’s schools. Here are some of our favorite resources that we’ve developed over the years!


 
 
Tool for broadening definitions of leadership by reframing what it means to be a class participant.

These activities include large group discussions, small group work, and individual assessments to help students explore their own personality styles and the stereotypes associated with introversion and extroversion.  Designed for middle school students but adaptable to all age groups.

Tool for broadening definitions of leadership by reframing what it means to be a class participant.

These materials provide activities for 8-10 middle school sessions, culminating in a project where students design a plan for “shaking the world gently.” Quiet observing, listening, doodling, and strolling are all preparations for further activities that invite members to tap into the energy that will enable them to make a difference in the world.

This guide relies on the Outcomes-Methods-Objectives model of goal setting to help Ambassadors strategize best ways to accomplish objectives with the support of Quiet Revolution.