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Mrs. Kemper Aug 22
Thankful to be a part of making a difference for the kiddos who need it most!
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Pathways Aug 15
How do you teach your kids to label their feelings? And then do something about it? Use this chart to help figure out the right words and actions that kids can use. RT
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Leanne Cooley Aug 22
My due date is in 6 days, bt all I’m worried about is getting my 2nd grade kiddies the books they need this year! I’m committing to more read alouds tht celebrate nd learning this year! Please consider helping me
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Frieda for KCK School Board Aug 22
Problems Related to is the most frequent emotional symptom reported. Dyslexics become fearful because of their constant frustration & confusion in school. These are exacerbated by the inconsistencies of dyslexia.
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Ha Dinh Aug 22
Collaborative learning doesn’t always have to come from the inside of our classroom and it doesn’t always have to connect to a core subject. As one of the choices for my students to work together and calm their minds, I am adding this Collaborative Art Wall!
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Shannan Beck 19h
Getting so excited to see all our students next week!!!! We are working hard to create a warm, welcoming, and peaceful space in our school counseling classroom!! Baby steps...
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Lori Lite 12h
Music therapy for children with special needs is to assist them in learning cognitive, social, emotional, communication, and motor skills
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Tanya 17h
Many children struggle with social emotional skills and self regulation. Did you know that these skills can all be learned through play? Here's how! Via thoughtparent
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Amanda Woodruff Aug 23
To all my teacher friends, don't forget you can get a free Calm app subscription for the year!
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John Roach Aug 23
RT ClassTechTips "What does look like in your school? This robotics curriculum is helping students develop skills around understanding, communication, self-regulation, and more! robokind"
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Leanne Cooley Aug 22
Hi! Title 1 NYC 2nd grade teacher here! Looking to fill my library w. books tht celebrate nd teach kids about learning. Quality books help shape awesome little humans! Please help
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Angela  Gikas Aug 20
Would love to start the with our kittens! or with the code Thrive or $51 🦸‍♂️🦸‍♀️ becomes $26!!
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V.Ashmon Lewis,Ed.D. 4h
Emotional ABC's , an online emotional skill program for K-3 students, is now free for teachers.
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IL Early Learning Aug 23
Looking for resources to help you learn about developmentally appropriate practice in , , and development? Check out the August IEL News to see our newest resources.
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TEAMology Aug 23
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Lisa DeJesus Terry Aug 22
💕 our social emotional well-being affects our ability to learn, make decisions, and tune into the world around us and how we relate to others.
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Mary Beth Miotto MD MPH Aug 21
Replying to @GoodishIntent
My mom was a public school teacher who got all but her grad degree at Catholic universities. She listened to her 5th child’s needs & found the right schools at the right time until I chose my college. In turn,I’ve tried to put wellness front & center for my kids.
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Ileana Mendez Aug 21
Here we believe . Shout out to the for continued collaboration 👏🏼 for 🎓 Academic &a success for our students 🐾❤️ Thank you to and for your support!
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Data Quality Campaign Aug 21
We’ve identified the questions state and local leader should answer to build the public's understanding of learning in schools. Learn more:
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Brookes Publishing Aug 21
*EXCERPT* Read a sample chapter from this guide to Early Social-Emotional Development:
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