Positive Action can be one of the most effective tools in teaching life skills. Helping students become aware of their own abilities enables them to examine their own actions and decision-making capacity. Positive Action lessons give students many opportunities to practice critical life-scenarios. The lessons are never lectures; they involve the students, and they require full mental participation.
Numerous lessons use decision-making situations to present a concept. Students are encouraged to analyze the decision in terms of Positive Action concepts. These concepts often help them approach the situation in new ways and apply Positive Action skills such as decision-making, problem-solving, creativity, learning new things, and memorization to everyday circumstances.