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SocialEmotionalLearning Sep 14
We need to teach children that they are allowed to react emotionally in a different way than someone else who has a similar experience. There is no right or wrong way to feel about something. Encourage kids to express their feelings and acknowledge other's emotions everyday.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Sep 12
Restorative approaches teach our children that we do not impose consequences solely because we are in a position of authority. It teaches our children that we're less concerned with control & compliance, & more focused on connection & concern for others.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Sep 17
Remember that students who experience abuse & trauma from those they love have a different perception of what healthy relationships should look like. Be mindful of these connections as you work to demonstrate true care and compassion without judgement of their experience.
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Austin ISD SEL Sep 17
Giving students the vocabulary to identify their feelings and establishing a check-in process can be concrete ways to build self-awareness in classroom environments. # SELf-awareness
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MindShift Sep 14
Nine out of 10 believe that social emotional skills can and should be taught. But four out of five want more support to address their students' social emotional development
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Steve Messier Sep 10
Growth and change require connection and compassion.
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Joseph Pizzo Sep 14
This type of action reflects that which my PD partner refers to not as a "soft skill" but as a "power skill." Academics are important skills for making a living, but these "power skills" are important to make our lives worth living.
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Jillian Lauber 22h
🙌🏼 I need this shirt!
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Mr. Franklin Sep 18
I’m SUPER PROUD of this scholar for becoming the PATHS KOTD! It was great hearing the compliments from his peers and his teacher.
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Sheila Peterson Sep 18
Fun to see what kids can do when they work together:). Fun to see in action!!
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Ms. Craft’s Class Sep 17
Spending the morning writing kind notes to each other!
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Michele Happold Sep 14
Last night I had a young parent ask me what they need to do to prepare their son for school. Without thinking my reply was love and support them. We can't educate students if they are not loved.❤️What are your thoughts?
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Mrs. Etense Sep 13
Answering the call to courage and channeling my inner as I settle in at a new school, in a new grade level with new colleagues and new curriculum AND loving every single minute of it! ❤️
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Tara Brady Sep 16
A bubble gum brain is a brain that can stretch, expand, and grow! 🧠💪🏻 We will use our bubble gum brain to accomplish our 5th grade goals 🎯
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LaQuiche Parrott Sep 17
The Fall issue of Teaching Tolerance has an article, Black Minds Matter. "Unless Ts understand that it is our responsibility to do the work to make sure our classrooms & school communities are safe, inviting, supportive of & reflective of all Ss."
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caitlyn ryan Sep 17
We cannot discipline or punish the trauma out of a child. As educators we must create an environment in our classrooms where children feel safe before we will see academic success or growth. How do we do this? Take the time to build genuine relationships with our students.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Sep 16
What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.
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Adams City Consultants & Solutions 21h
Teacher: “Go stand in the corner until you get your attitude together.” Student: “What’s in the corner that’s going to help me do that, food, clothes, shelter...love?” There’s always a WHY to the behavior. Look for it.
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SheilaJones 7m
Thanks to Glenn Davis for training HPE Ts to link classes and prepare for bullying prevention pre-assessments
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Anne harris 20h
Ss loved greeting their classmates by creating a circle web! @fdesstars
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