If you haven't already read Part 1, a detailed analysis of how RISE embeds resilience into its program, click here!
RISE: Encouraging Student Efficacy
Psychologist Albert Bandura has defined self-efficacy as the belief in one's ability to succeed in specific situations. A student’s sense of self-efficacy can play a major role in how they approach goals, tasks, and challenges. We focus on five key aspects of self-efficacy including performance experience, vicarious experience, social persuasion, imaginal experience, and physical and emotional states.
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We provide high quality education to ALL students and foster growth on each axis by providing the support necessary for students to succeed and develop intellectual, social, emotional, and physical health.
What Do We Do?
RISE is a transition program for students who demonstrate need for academic, social, and emotional support. We provide academic and therapeutic support, counseling services, confidential case management, and facilitate communication with guidance counselors, teachers, administrators, and special educators. We focus on providing a flexible re-integration into the mainstream academic setting, based on individual need.
Meet Our Team.
DR. DAVID WORTHLEY
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Director of Social Emotional Learning
MEGHAN DANIELSKI, M.Ed.
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Tour Our Website!
This website provides a great introduction to the RISE Transition program. Here you will find the program outline, our educational goals, a virtual tour, answers to the most frequently asked questions, and if you're a teacher, even a portal for sharing student work. Please contact us with any and all questions. We look forward to assisting you and your family!