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MindShift Aug 10
Examples of social and emotional learning () routines that successful schools use, like morning meeting
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Casey Kathleen Aug 15
Meaningful integration of is possible in every area of and I have been talking about this all summer. Inspired by , here are some cheat sheets we created to show areas of integration & progression.
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders 4h
Recess isn’t a privilege. Children need time for unstructured play so they can practice social skills. Teachers can learn so much about their students by watching them play.
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Students DON’T learn to β€˜calm down’ by being told to calm down. They need to be taught ways to label their feelings (stop, name that feeling, do something about it).
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Ginger Aaron-Brush Aug 12
Another cooperative unit activity for . Focus is on timing and problem solving.
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School Psych Lisa Matik Aug 15
33 Ways to Bulid Better Relationships with Students. My favorite three are #18, #27, and #29...what are yours?
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SocialEmotionalLearning Aug 11
Sometimes it's so much more than just a pencil.
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Shannon Miller Aug 12
Choosing Kindness: Picture Books to Read Aloud! A wonderful list of book from
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Coach Pirillo Aug 9
Changed the Conflict Corner to match our school’s Peace Path.
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Casey Kathleen Aug 10
Holding myself accountable for integration & ensuring that its meaningful for Ss means embedding into my planning process. Added elements into activity sheets and planning scope.
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Sarah Wildes Aug 16
Excited to begin working on our school's plan with a talented & compassionate group of educators.
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Inside SEL Aug 15
A welcoming school climate can also help reduce chronic absenteeism as it builds a sense of belonging among students and parents alike. Learn more about how the drive to reduce absenteeism aligns with the movement
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Zeila Armendariz Wittke Aug 11
We need to educate the whole child.
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Jodi Ramos Aug 14
Building Trusting Relationships in the beginning of the school year lays the foundation for the rest of the year.
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Andrea Samadi 18h
Preparing for next week’s podcasts...looking forward to speaking to Donte Dre Winrow 5 years after our first interview in 2014!
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Melanie Acker Aug 16
Behavior & SEL are integral parts of student success especially when it comes to getting academic results. We must reflect on our Tier 1 for ALL students-what have we established in our culture & classroom management?
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Shauna King Aug 15
Grateful to serve as keynote at the conference today. Where children matter!
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School Leaders Now Aug 14
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SoundDiscipline Aug 15
Great visual - learning self-regulation is a process with ups and downs...
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Emily Aug 14
First grade first day feelings 😍
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