Choosing the right curriculum for your school or community organization is a challenging job.
We make it easier by giving you actual sample pages from the 10 lessons covered in the ESTEEM workbooks.
Click on a grade level below and flip through the age appropriate samples:
Each workbook contains 10 lessons that can be taught by a trained teacher in 45 to 90 minutes. Many of our school districts opt to teach one lesson every Friday for 10 weeks in a row while others facilitate the program over 10 consecutive school days.
To receive a physical sample, please fill out our online Sample Order Form.
You may also contact us to request a presentation, conference call or web demonstration with our staff.
The ESTEEM Journey:
- Is a Facilitator Friendly Curriculum
- Promotes Risky Behavior Avoidance
- Includes a Cost effective Set of Workbooks and Leader Kits
- Develops Healthy Relationships
- Offers Education Components for Parent Involvement
- Contains Up to Date Family and Criminal Law Lessons
- Focuses on Academic and Career Goal Setting
- Uses Interactive Scenarios and Games
5th Grade through High School TEKS Alignment Charts
- Pre-filled Systematic Method for Assessing Risk-avoidance Tool (SMART) showing ESTEEM compliance
- Full Systematic Method for Assessing Risk-avoidance Tool (SMART) resource guide
- Pre-filled CDC Characteristics of an Effective Curriculum
- Highlighted Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT)
- Full Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) Overview
- Using Behavioral Theories for Abstinence Programs
- School Counseling Research Brief
- Integrated Theoretical Basis
- Integrated Theoretical Framework
- Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts
- Possible Selves Theory
- Psycho-Social Theoretical Framework
- Prevention Tactics
- Resilience Across Cultures
- Social Development Theory
- Social Norms Approach
- Putting Resilience Theory Into Action
Texas Specific Mandates covered by ESTEEM:
Addresses all points in Texas Education Code 28.004. Local School Health Advisory Council and Health Education Instruction: Sections e-j
Chapter 115. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Health Education, Statutory Authority: The provisions of this Subchapter B Middle School issued under the Texas Education Code, §§7.102(c)(4), 28.002(s), 37.001, and 37.0832, unless otherwise noted. Subchapter C. High School