The inspirED Process:


inspirED empowers students across the nation who are committed to improving the way they feel in school every day. As you work through the inspirED Process, you and your team will Assess your school climate, Brainstorm ideas, Commit to a plan, and Debrief your results.

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Assess
How do we feel in school?

You are officially taking your first step towards a positive school climate. This is your chance to investigate challenges and discover opportunities for improvement in your school community. During this phase, you will survey your school climate to measure the strengths and weaknesses of your community.

Resources to survey your school community:

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Brainstorm
How do we get closer to how we want to feel in school?

During this phase, you and your inspirED team will meet to brainstorm possible projects that could help address the challenges identified in Phase One. Phase Two allows you to get creative and to think of interesting ways your team can make the changes you want to see at your school.

Resources to get started:.

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Commit
How do we bring our project to life?

During Phase Three, you will plan and implement your inspirED project, campaign, or initiative. This phase involves commitment, goal-setting, passion, collaboration with your teammates, and strategic planning. Phase Three is where your team can work together to bring your plan to life, and launch something impactful for your community!

Project Planning Basics:

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Debrief
What was our impact?

The last phase is time to reflect and celebrate. During this phase you will gather feedback about your project from teachers, administrators, and fellow students. You will also recognize your inspirED team’s accomplishments during this phase, and take some time to celebrate all of your hard work! Through gathering feedback about how your project created impact, you can also assess your next opportunity to create even more positive change.

Reflect, Celebrate and Re-assess:

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Assess

You are officially taking your first step towards a positive school climate. This is your chance to investigate challenges and discover opportunities for improvement in your school community. During this phase, you will survey your school climate to measure the strengths and weaknesses of your community.

Resources to survey your school community:

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Brainstorm

During this phase, you and your inspirED team will meet to brainstorm possible projects that could help address the challenges identified in Phase One. Phase Two allows you to get creative and to think of interesting ways your team can make the changes you want to see at your school.

Resources to get started:.

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Commit

During Phase Three, you will plan and implement your inspirED project, campaign, or initiative. This phase involves commitment, goal-setting, passion, collaboration with your teammates, and strategic planning. Phase Three is where your team can work together to bring your plan to life, and launch something impactful for your community!

Project Planning Basics:

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Debrief

The last phase is time to reflect and celebrate. During this phase you will gather feedback about your project from teachers, administrators, and fellow students. You will also recognize your inspirED team’s accomplishments during this phase, and take some time to celebrate all of your hard work! Through gathering feedback about how your project created impact, you can also assess your next opportunity to create even more positive change.

Reflect, Celebrate and Re-assess:

Get inspirED

At inspirED, we are building a future where students are empowered to take action in their schools and communities. The inspirED movement sends a clear message: students have the power to create positive change!
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