Category Archives: Pilot test

7 DOORS: ONE STUDENT’S JOURNEY TO HAPPINESS – DOOR SEVEN

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Last year, students at the University of Southern California piloted a new program from Project Happiness called 7 Doors to Happiness. The program was created as a resource for adults to access their own happiness and to share it with others. One of the USC students, Mecca Moore, blogged about her experience with the 7 Doors to Happiness and asked if she could share it on our site. This year, this online course is once again being used at the … Continue reading

7 DOORS: ONE STUDENT’S JOURNEY TO HAPPINESS – DOOR FOUR

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Last year, students at the University of Southern California piloted a new program from Project Happiness called 7 Doors to Happiness. The program was created as a resource for adults to access their own happiness and to share it with others. One of the USC students, Mecca Moore, blogged about her experience with the 7 Doors to Happiness and asked if she could share it on our site. This year, this online course is once again being used at the … Continue reading

7 Doors: One Student’s Journey to Happiness – Door One

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Last year, students at the University of California piloted a new program from Project Happiness called 7 Doors to Happiness. The program was created as a resource for adults to access their own happiness and to share it with others. One of the USC students, Mecca Moore, blogged about her experience with the 7 Doors to Happiness and asked if she could share it on our site. This year, this online course is once again being used at the University … Continue reading

Field Report: Marshall Drawing the Dream

[flickr 7874830@N02 72157615817615680] Last week’s session with the Marshall Elementary kids pointed to something very important in working with young kids. Structure, especially with something as fluid and mercurial as happiness, is essential. In the next few weeks, we will work to develop quantifying tools for the students to do self check-ins and ‘measure’ their happiness. Unfortunately, as we well know, most research in this field has been done in adults. Our strategy for developing this will be to work … Continue reading

From Flower come Flowers: Field Report from Kathmandu

Hello, I am Kaurav (Khil) Bogati from Kathmandu Nepal. Nepal was thought of as a beautiful and peace country in the years before our favorite king was murdered. Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev is regarded as the best king in our history. He was the source of authentic happiness in the minds of Nepalese people. After his untimely death our Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal which is now called Republic of Nepal is suffering from strikes, blockades, demonstrations, electric … Continue reading

Welcome to the Pilot Test

Between now and the end of the calendar year we’re conducting a pilot test of the “expanded” Project Happiness. This signals the conversion of the blog from just a medium for students to a medium for expressions from the entire Project Happiness community. For the last 12 months, three cornerstone schools have been working hard to understand lasting happiness and how they can find it for themselves and contribute to it for others. Now it’s time to blast their findings … Continue reading

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