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The pursuit of happiness

During morning roll-call students are asked to share an example of an event or encounter that went well the previous evening. The dialogue in Arthur Miller’s classic play, The Death of a Salesman is then analysed for unrealistic and inflexible thinking. In art class teachers discuss the savouring of beauty. This is positive psychology as it’s embedded in Australian classrooms.

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