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SocialEmotionalLearning Jul 29
Check in with a colleague this week about how they are feeling w/ your school re-opening plans. What are they worried about? What supports do they need? Listen more than you speak & be genuinely present for the entire conversation.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Jul 31
As students transition back 2 school this fall, adults should be looking out for the feeling behind the behavior. Kids that appear cautious or tentative may be fearful of a new experience. Ss who are bossy or authoritative may be feeling a lack of control in the environment.
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Bettina Love Jul 30
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R. Keeth Matheny Jul 28
One of the school districts I worked with created this Virtual Calming Room. I shared this in the Spring and it is so useful I wanted to share it again. Kudos and appreciation Liz Saker Ed.S, NCSP many have used this and many more will!
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SocialEmotionalLearning 16h
Here's a great cool-down tip from Daniel Tiger! 🎢 When you feel so mad that you want to roar, just take take a deep breath and count to 4! 🎢 Song video:
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Meg Young Aug 1
Worth re-sharing....while kids are home there are things adults can do to support and model SEL and mental health & wellness
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Wendy Turner, M. Ed. #SEL First Jul 30
I just love absolutely love this.
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β€œ12 Home Activities that Build Social-Emotional Skills”
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CASEL Jul 27
From : Promote in the service of equity in the classroom by using these activities & resources to build self-awareness & social awareness, strengthen relationships, & support responsible decision-making.
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SPARK PE 17m
Did you know SPARK has a unit for our K-12 programs? Each unit features lessons + SEL Skill Definition Cards and T-Charts. Available NOW on SPARKfamily! Not a member? Learn more here πŸ‘‰
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Lindsay Helman Jul 30
I have a break area in my classroom. But because of COVID, I made a digital one. That turned into me making a whole "Hub" filled w/areas for kids to explore. I wanted to share if it is helpful to other Ts.
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Hannah Hale Jul 28
Thanks for an awesome session on this morning! πŸ‘
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School-Connect Jul 26
This fall when school resumes, ask each student, β€œHow are you doing? How are you feeling? How can I help?”. This caring practice can help students to feel heard, cared for, and supported. So important in today’s social climate! Learn more:
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Nikki Hessler, M.Ed 20h
This book is a must read! Teaching students to take responsibility and accept the consequences for their actions will build their confidence and teach them self-regulation skills.
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CHS_MsRedman Aug 1
Inspired by my professional development this summer, I will promote equity in my classroom through the use of student portfolios. Creating SMART Goals now in order to be successful. Might even use it as an example of goal setting with my students.
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Mario Herraez M.Ed 19h
TOMORROW! Do you want to learn how to use technology to enhance ? The are joining the Learning Consultant Summer Webinar Series from to talk about: The Power of Social-Emotional Learning. πŸ—“οΈ August 4th ⏰ 8 am PDT πŸ”—
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Urban Assembly 14m
Over 200 educators and school leaders have registered for "Organizing Your Community Around Social-Emotional Learning to Meet this Moment" on 8/6. In partnership with , this session will be led by and Joshua Bobrow of the
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Stacey Roshan Aug 2
is a free PD event you don't want to miss! Focus: , instruction, & solutions for success in environments. Thrilled to be part of this fantastic learning event that will open w/a keynote by !
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Amy Zambrano 1h
I’m honored to be a part of the & β€œEquity in Action Virtual Unconference” today!! I’m presenting my β€œKindful Mindful Yoga Tools for SELf Care” at 11am!!
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Lori Lite Aug 1
Tips to Build Emotional Resilience in Kids.
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