Helping Kids Find Themselves Before They Lose Themselves
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We are excited to partner with The 5000 Days Project in offering Video Journaling tools to foster self discovery in Oxley College students—an authentic time capsule of growing up that raises Emotional Intelligence (EQ) along the way.
How do we help our children find themselves before they lose themselves?
As parents, we know that our children live with many big issues that provoke fear and anxiety. We are partnering with The 5000 Days Project, which has been helping children for the last 17 years to understand what they’re feeling and why they’re feeling it.
By giving your children the chance to ask challenging questions of themselves on a regular basis within the privacy of the StoryQ kiosk, and especially at the least self-aware period of their lives, you can give them the gift of fully expressing themselves in a safe setting. By encouraging them to verbalize everything they are feeling you can help your child to not only build their self-knowledge but also increase their emotional intelligence.
And at the end, you’ll have a priceless time capsule of your child’s life.
Our Evidence Based Approach
The StoryQ methodology has been developed and constantly refined over the past 17 years by a The 5000 Days Project and their team of neuroscientists, psychologists, and philosophers, including Dr. John Medina (author of Brain Rules).
As clinical studies show, a healthy EQ is key to academic and lifelong skills.
Watch a short animation on how The 5000 Days Project’s flagship program, The Student Annual Journal, works for participants.
How it Works
The StoryQ kiosk offers a variety of programs including, but not limited to, The Student Annual Video Journal, The Anytime Check In, and Restorative Justice.
The flagship program, The Student Annual Journal, involves in-depth, private interviews with students. At least once a year, participants scan their “ticket” to unlock an automated and completely private video interview. Age-specific interviews take 30-40 minutes to complete, and after the last question, the video footage is safely and securely stored to thecloud.
What Kids Are Saying
Watch 5000 Days Project participants discuss their experience using the StoryQ as a safe, private, and judgement-free space to talk.
What Educators Are Saying
Justin Robinson, the Director of The Institute of Positive Education, shares his observations on the value of verbal journaling and how the StoryQ has been benefiting his students since 2017.
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Ready to get started with The 5000 Days Project Video Journal at Oxley College?
Please note: The Cost of Participation in the Video Journal Project will be charged by the School to your school account at the rate of AU$60.00 annually