The Canada Goal - Art Of Focus - Junior High (Middle) Schools

The Canada Goal junior high (middle) schools (Art Of Focus) Keynote presentation is likely to be most effective within this age group. This stage of learning and development has commonly been referred to as the 'prime time' point in a young learner's personal development. The stage where the individual has learned the basics in the primary years and they're not yet introduced to the more complex stage of growth - being (Sr) schools & young adult maturity. The main approach is to maximize on this 'prime time' stage of learning by introducing (reinforcing) the key concepts within the presentation that encourage productive/healthy habits & routines.

There are (3) main purposes:
1. To assist young learners to build, maintain and fuel the desire for daily/lifelong successes. Using neuroscience as a reference to emphasize the importance of daily learning, participants will review the difference between thinking and thinking deeply - (The art of FOCUS). Understanding how to stimulate your mind (neurons) will help students create memories (learning) that lasts. Realizing, To Learn - is - To Live, will assist students to have a premeditated inner desire to want to learn. Teaching learners how to learn is a critical pillar to equip them with 'the tools' to make the most of their day(s). However, it appears that 'the desire' is equally important - if not more of a significant factor at the root of one's ability to learn. Therefore, another main approach within The Canada Goal is to draw closer attention to self-awareness/worth, character development and self-discipline. When an individual can see themselves and their efforts as capable/valuable, they're more likely to form/maintain a productive mindset with the desire to succeed throughout the journey of life.

2. To assist young learners to internalize and translate important words like 'focus, respect, honesty, responsibility, commitment, success, self-discipline, mindset, behaviour, vibrations & integrity' into meaningful aspects of everyday life. The human mind/body will learn best when t
he individual is able to see themselves as valuable with the ability to look into their future with a positive attitude/perspective.

3. To add value toward learning/teaching in a respectful, comfortable and safe learning/working environment. Theoretically, an individual can be most productive if growing (learning) in a surrounding environment that 'feels' safe/comfortable along with a distinct culture of focus/growth and positive - high vibrations. If the human body/mind feels threatened it is a natural inner reaction for it to prioritize energy toward protecting itself. This is valuable energy that can be utilized training the mind to think (focus) deeply - creating learning (memories) that last. This learning experience will assist learners to reflect on their behaviour and evaluate how they can positively influence themselves as well as their leaning environment.

Uniquely focused events such as The Canada Goal will create a enriched learning environment that will help stimulate the minds of participants for greater (short/long term) learning potential.
Learning through listening to an energetic keynote speaker
Learning through watching/visuals - simple slides & short videos
Learning through action/doing role plays & mind/body stimulation activities

Key concept (C) & Key Focus (F) ; (60-75min)
(C) The art of FOCUS (F) STOP - THINK - FOCUS
(C) How YOU Learn & Daily Learning (F) Advantages of a FOCUSED effort
(C) Thoughts and the value of the MIND (F) Individual, mind & body, vibrations
(C) Who are YOU? (F) Actions, words, choices, decisions, self, behaviour
(C) How values/virtues interlink (F) Respect, honesty, responsibility, courage, integrity
(C) SUCCESS starts with YOU! (F) Positive attitude/vibration, self-discipline/control, mindset
(C) What about challenges? (F) Problems/Process & solutions, courage, commitment

Based on the consistant track record of succussful school visits and the feedback from students, teachers, administrators & parents; " You will not be disappointed ! "