Complete educational tools and 'how to' action steps facilitating a juvenile offender's
person plan for joining society to gain a second chance for lifetime success.
There are 15 classes in this module. Practical insight on how social and peer environment and appropriate intellectual stimulation affect a person's mental and emotional state. The curriculum is designed to provide the juvenile offender with a sense of personal well-being and genuine hope of a positive future with basic changes in lifestyle. A regimen is proposed and initiated. This important module will show the student how to recognize negative behaviors caused from past hurts and trauma. We will learn how to get along with the opposite sex and how, not understanding those differences have caused problems between the sexes from the beginning of time. We will also learn how to uncover the uniqueness that makes you special and different from everyone else. We have many classes that will help you accept the differences between people. To recognize and process triggers when they arise. Recognize and nurture talents and abilities to foster egalitarianism and reduce peer rejection. To increase awareness of how former and future environments and personal values effect emotions, mental perspective and attitudes. Make practical observations of normal family and societal behavior.
There are 8 classes in this module. This module will educate you about harmful elements in your environment and in some of the products that you use on your body. You will receive three classes a week on dance instruction. There will be classes for low fat dieting with recipes and education to show you how to make better choices for eating. We will also show how to prepare simple healthy meals and how to care for your home. The results will be: better health, a healthier body, and a cleaner home. An improved understanding of how physical fitness, activity and nutrition affect the body, mind, energy levels and reactions. Why poor nutrition and fitness personal habits can contribute to the offender’s past and future behavior, goal achievement, ambition and stress relief. Learn to choose foods that are good for the student. Establish a physical fitness regimen so that the juvenile offender begins to notice a positive physical change and is encouraged to make fitness a component of their lifestyle. Restore personal dignity and self-worth to overweight and underweight teenagers. Outcome 1. Less violence in the facility while offender is incarcerated. 2. Improved feeling of "well-being" due to improved nutrition and exercise. 3. Student is more driven to achieve post rehabilitation goals. 4. Physical fitness, reduced stress and mental pressure points.
There are 11 lessons in this module. All are free and focus on Joseph in Genesis. Joseph was thrown into prison for 13 years and surfaced as Governor of Egypt. Focus is on attitude and forgiveness.
This is a spiritual module. There are 7 classes in this module. This module will teach you the love of God and that you are loved and special in the eyes of God. This module is important because it give you hope that when everything is against you, you will know that there is a rainbow after every storm. There is also networking with students to local churches. Acceptance of the body being comprised of mind, soul and spirit is common in society. Though this module is purely voluntary it is included as a viable rehabilitation option. The support groups alone that are offered by many local churches and synagogues can assist the juvenile offender adapt to society and can provide fellowship, counseling, role models and encouragement to rehabilitated youth. Furthermore, spirituality and the support system of religious order can aid the student in overcoming future temptations to revert to former behaviors. Goals 1. Explain creationism: We were created with a purpose and destiny. 2. Instill hope: When faced with life's problems and challenges there is hope even when the present appears futile. 3. Promote inner peace: To cause the student to relax in the midst of life's trials and tribulation. 4. Foster communication: Traditionally accepted Christian-Judeo principals on prayer, meditation, and bible/torah reading. 5. Acceptance: To instill in the Juvenile Offender that they are accepted and are of great value as part of creationism and can have this hope and confidence. 6. Promote church or Synagogue Integration: Integrate student into spiritual group while incarcerated. Communicate with local churches when the students release date approaches so that they can join the multiple support and mentoring groups offered by community churches and synagogues.
See the education page for a description and content of each of the Metamorphosis classes
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Meta-Morphosis Curriculum consists of Four Modules with a total of 30 classes and eleven free Bible lessons.
A module is 10 classes of your choice, regardless of which category you choose. You may pick and choose any 10 classes you want.
You can choose to license one class on the pay as you go option, or an entire module. Each class is $150. If you are selecting classes outside of their perspective modules, there will be ten classes in that module. There is a 10% discount when choosing an entire module
Upon finishing the program, the youth should have a driver’s license, a job, an automobile, and some savings. They will have furniture and household items and their own apartment.
The program will take between 12-18 months, contingent upon the youth’s progress. Meta-Morphosis will provide the following:
The Silver Program affords the opportunity to purchase one entire module. This enables you to an entire Module. You can mix and match 10 classes to create the class Module that suits your needs. There is a 10% discount for the Silver Program.
If you purchase the entire curriculum, Meta-Morphosis will provide on-site, one-on-one class instruction. The Reentry portion (follow through) of the Meta-Morphosis Program is crucial for the youth to experience a positive outcome. With this plan, should you need assistance,we will initiate a search for a Church or organization in your area to implement the Reentry program. The chosen organization or Host Church will mentor the youth before their release date. If the youth and facility agree, the youth is placed into independent living. Visit our website, www.metamorphosisnow.org, under ‘Reentry’ to learn more about the transition process and what the Meta Reentry program offers.
You may access a 7-day free trial of one of the Meta-Morphosis classes. This opportunity provides you with an idea of what to expect if you purchase more classes; a complete module, or the entire program. Each course includes a syllabus, containing a pre and post-test, vocabulary list, and a narrative that explains the overall lesson plan content. The pre-test clarifies what the learner knows about the subject before beginning the class, and the post-test verifies what they have learned. A facilitator’s guide is included that leads you through the PowerPoint, which is your teaching platform. This guide leads you through the course; when to test, survey, when activities are indicated, and when group discussion is required. Classes may be divided into two or more sessions, depending on content and class length. Some classes have home-work, but not all.
A Meta-Morphosis specialist will contact you, discuss the details of the process with you, and answer all questions. We will assist you through the process of teaching the classes.