Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire
Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire

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Ripple Journal Assess & Aspire

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Ripple 3 is here! Our latest edition follows the proven Ripple Framework and is designed to engage young people in conversations surrounding priorities, perspective, boundaries, collaboration, and leadership

Ripplers will set goals and assess their progress while completing activities like the Wellness Wheel and Peer-a-Mid. A variety of puzzles, reflective prompts, and exercises will push their thinking and ignite conversations!

Young people will have a chance to:
  • Pause, reflect, and set goals
  • Understand and foster better connections
  • Determine their strength-based opportunities for contribution

Recommend for 5th-8th graders

Learn More About Ripple Journal

Research-based workbooks, developed by educators, that do triple duty as a leadership log, connection curriculum, and wellness journal for young people. 

 

Use our Ripple Journals as part of:

• School Advisory groups
• Social-emotional learning curriculum
• Class or team development during the school year or summerIndividual at-home learning
• One-one relationship and skill building with a counselor, mentor, or other Trusted Adult 

 

Learn how Ripple Journals align with the CASEL Core Competencies

Frequently Asked Questions

What Educators Are Saying:

“The Ripple Journals have created common language and a shared experience which is central to igniting a connection - peer to peer, and student to teacher/advisor.”
- Kathleen Nicholson, Educator, Connecticut

"The Ripple Journal has been a fantastic addition to my 7th grade Wellness and Leadership class. They have led us to the most important and fascinating conversations. I see real growth in my students through work in all three sections: Solo, Inner, and Outer Circles.”
- Josh Kascak, educator, Colorado