The Moore Well-Being Program includes instructional approaches for teachers and dozens of relevant methods and practices on subjects ranging from math and literacy to music and visual arts.
As our classrooms grow ever more diverse, so must our thinking. The Moore Well-Being Program addresses social growth from a fresh and restorative approach with engaging and challenging concepts and exercises.
Environmental learning goes beyond the benefits of green spaces or clean air and water. It invites students and teachers alike to explore the ecology of their school, their community and their earth through active participation.
The Moore Well-Being Program helps adults and students to recognize that emotional well-being is more readily achieved as a supportive community rather than individually. It provides coaching and tools to do just that.
Physical well-being is about more than exercise and diet. It's about developing an awareness and attitude toward health and self-care that permeates throughout all aspects of one's life. The Moore Well-Being Program engenders and elevates physical well-being through a fun and creative curriculum that speaks to the whole self.
Spirituality is defined as a sense of meaning and purpose, and a connection and relationship with one's self, to others, to the environment and to something beyond the self. The Moore Well-Being Program explores these relationships and offers tools for self-awareness, compassion, and reverence.
Our relationship with money begins at an early age, but healthy habits and strategies can develop through adulthood. The Moore Well-Being Program encourages "financial literacy" at both the individual and organizational level through a plan-act-assess approach.
shares an overview of pre- and post- well-being qualities and measures