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Teacher, help your students to discover and develop their strengths.

Happy kids learn best!

The basic version is free forever.

See the Good!
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Benefits addressed through academic research

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Student

The student learns to identify and develop their own strengths.

 They receive positive feedback for their usage of strengths and moments of success. This leads to improved self-knowledge and learning motivation on both an individual and group level.

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Teacher

The teacher learns to recognize the strengths of their students and inspires her students to develop them.

Group atmosphere and school satisfaction will improve. Teaching motivation gets higher.

 

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Community

The whole school learns to see the good and find the strengths of each individual.

This results in improved job satisfaction and well-being of the whole school staff.
The effectiveness of the work is documented at the school level.

A positive method for teachers

How it works
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Keep strengths in mind

Identify strengths and positive actions around you.

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Use strengths language

Use strengths and give developmental feedback.

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Capture those positive moments

Document the use of strengths. Make it a practice and a habit. Follow the development of strengths.

More than 10,000 success moments have been captured by more than 6,000 See the Good! spotters

Press Release 02.06.22

See the Good! awarded as the Best Finnish Learning Solution 2022

“Educating through positivity touched our hearts and impressed us. The ideology of discovering the good was perceived as particularly important and a topic from which the entire nation could learn. The digital solution is nicely designed and produced. Thank you also for including users in developing the product and in the pedagogical community. Positive Learning has a clear strategy for growth and internationalization. A complete success product! ” says Tiina Härkönen, the competition’s judge.