EdTok is a team virtual scavenger hunt that will feed into a database for foster youth so that they can continue to take charge. Students will be automatically separated into teams to search Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube for tips that fall within the Taking Charge pillars. When the cart is full the information will be sent to a Taking Charge database where students can look up tips at any time! The first team to fill their EdTok Cart wins the game, but all students are pouring into each other to take charge of their future!
Middle and high school students will be broken into small grade-specific groups to discuss three leadership practices, identify and build upon strengths to build their resiliency past trauma, and develop a leadership mission.
Middle and high school students will be broken into small grade specific groups to prioritize and identify three to five protective factors, steps to overcome setbacks, and easy self-care practices to build resilience.
Middle and high school students will be broken into small grade specific groups to learn effective communication, assertiveness, and problem solving methods.
Middle and high school students will be broken into small grade specific groups to learn and understand their rights as foster youth, how to advocate for their needs, and acquire strategies to activate a plan for their life.