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Project Wayfinder

Inspire your students to live with purpose and belonging.

Project Wayfinder’s two signature wellbeing programs have been incubated through the design thinking process at Stanford University’s d.school in the K-12 lab and aim to support the social emotional development of students in years 7-12.

  • Belonging (Years 7-9) guides students to build compassionate, meaningful relationships with themselves, other people, and the wider world.
  • Purpose (Years 10-12) guides students to explore who they are and what matters to them so they can purposefully navigate their life ahead.

The programs are inspired by cutting-edge academic research and draw on practices of traditional wayfinding navigation as a metaphor for stepping into life with purpose.

Sign up to receive six sample lesson plans

ISV is offering sample lesson plans and toolkits to support student wellbeing during lockdown and to enable you experience the program first hand.

Sign up below to take your students through some inspiring Wayfinder lessons. You will receive a series of three emails with six sample lessons over the next week.

More information

Will Hanley
Innovation & Learning Leader
Independent Schools Victoria
will.hanley@is.vic.edu.au
(03) 9825 7216