Rogue Strengths 4+

Build Your Character Strengths

Eman Abouelatta

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    • Free



Rogue helps you develop your social and emotional skills through weekly, fun mini-challenges.

Want to become more perseverant? Your mini challenge is to “Use the “3 more minutes” method in a task”. Crush it, earn badges, and level up!

Discover your strengths through our short quiz, then decide what skills you want to work on! Rogue helps your develop five skills: Perseverance, Kindness, Judgement, Gratitude and Teamwork.

You can also create a group (we call them pods!) with your friends, and crush more challenges together.

Schools and teachers, this goodness is for you:
Personalize social and emotional learning: each student can work on the skill they need the most, and level up from there. You can use their challenges as conversation starters or as ways to set “growth” goals.
Scaffold SEL: Give students *concrete* ways to develop the skills they need the most. Rogue scaffolds social and emotional skills through fun, short concrete challenges.
Foster a growth mindset. When students say “I’m not a team player” what they mean is “I don’t know how”. Rogue shows them how. It also rewards every single attempt, not just challenge completion.
Address all sections of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) wheel: Perseverance (Self Management), Kindness (Social Awareness), Judgement (Decision Making), Gratitude (Self Awareness), and Teamwork (Relationship Skills).
Create a sense of community through pods. Invite students, crush challenges and watch the community get stronger, together.
Discover the strengths your community is choosing to tackle and use that to better school climate or tailor advisory.
Note: Each student’s chosen challenges and private notes are private to them to foster a sense of autonomy and privacy.
Developed by a team of educators and SEL experts, specifically for Middle and High School students.

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

New pod experience!

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