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First things first... this isn't like the curriculum you experienced in high school.  And, if you're coming here by way of some past experience at a school site or huge publishing house, IMPACTER PATHWAY is likely to feel different from your current workflow.  That's because our curriculum is an un-textbook intended to feel like a mix between your TikTok feed, your club soccer coach, your sage grandmother, and the most important research paper you've ever written.  Want to help us teach it?  Just click around through this page, and complete the task below.  Finally, that YouTube Watch History page you never visit will suddenly be worth gold.

Rooted In Research

Backed By Harvard

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In 2020, nearly 400 colleges pledged to adopt a soft-skills approach and ditch achievement-based admissions criteria like the SAT. 

Here's How It Works

Students learn about a range of research-backed Leadership Frameworks through a series of exercises and content experiences designed in the language of today's teenager.

These lessons leverage the latest teaching innovations and allow students to not only write/type-in their responses, but video and voice record various submissions.  
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Students Find Their Voice

Through reflection activities, students create an inventory of strengths and growth areas to increase their overall self-awareness.

By using natural spoken language, as well as written responses, learners develop synaptic brain connections otherwise not possible.
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Parents Get Real Feedback 

With regular Progress Reports that include data-driven metrics about your child's growth and progress in relation to peers their age, parents can leverage powerful insights to build upon a student's leadership development and target their language, conversation starters, and range of experiential activities to support students where they need it most.

Say goodbye to one-word answers to questions like, "How was your day?" and "What did you learn in school?"  With a framework built around Curiosity, Perspective-Taking, Purpose, Self-Control, Grit, Growth Mindset, Compassion, and Gratitude, you and your student will be equipped with language to make connections across different domains of soft skills and demonstrate new competencies in areas that may have been underutilized in the past.  Such as:
  • The ability to get along with different types of people and peer groups.
  • Perseverance over longer periods of time and more cognitively rigorous tasks.
  • A greater appreciation for diversity and the strengths of others.
  • A developed ability to assume responsibility for one's actions.
  • Increased comfortability in new situations. 
  • Decreased shyness.
  • Better decision-making and greater ownership of missteps.
  • Deeper respect for the opinions and perspectives of others.
  • A more active role in learning and personal growth.
  • A greater sense of calm when faced with a challenge.