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stephen merrill Apr 21
One of my 'lightbulb' moments while writing/reporting for ? Our emotional security and sense of belonging is the stable foundation of our lives—and our learning. There is no conflict between academic rigor and SEL. A piece I edited.
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WeAreTeachers Apr 18
Because homeroom should be more than just a study hall.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Apr 18
A ***must read*** article for anyone who works w/ youth. Understanding that behavior is the product of hurt, neglect, or trauma can radically change your approach to being helpful & supportive. Thanks to for sharing!
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Ryan LaDage Apr 17
5 Ways to Incorporate SEL in Middle School
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ONTSpecialNeeds Apr 23
Great idea alert! How are you feeling today?
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SEL4MA Apr 22
The importance of building social and emotional skills in early childhood:
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SocialEmotionalLearning Apr 23
Great infographic making the rounds from on how to keep someone's full. More great resources can be found here:
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Donn Tobin Apr 21
Found these info graphics in order to teach Ss about self-care, coping and positivity mechanisms.
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Erica Starr Apr 18
This book has me screaming inside, “Yes! Yes! Yes!” I highly recommend this to all teachers, admin, and anyone who works with kiddos.
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BehaviorFlip Apr 18
We learn things better by experiencing them in an authentic way--that includes social and emotional learning too!
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ASCD Apr 23
Try cooperative learning with students: You'll spend less time managing the classroom & more time challenging and encouraging students.
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Tiff/Linda Apr 23
It’s what’s best for Ss , we resurrected our duct tape sensory walk
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Sarah Webster Apr 19
Nearpod has launched 175+ 🎉 experiences for your classroom! 👀 Peek the NEW content here! via
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BehaviorFlip Apr 24
There is a big difference between a student not getting into trouble because they fear the punishment versus not getting into trouble because they are empathetic to how their actions might harm others.
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Andrea Z. Paxman Apr 17
We don’t just “address behavior” so that we can get to “the real teaching.” Well-being and academics are an intertwined double helix—the DNA of learning.
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Ryan LaDage Apr 24
Making SEL More Relevant to Teens - Three social and emotional learning activities that are designed to address high school students’ need for status and respect
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Sonya Venugopal 8h
Thank you to our families for coming out to our Chai and Chat about self-regulation. Lots of great conversations and sharing of ideas!
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