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Amy Wassmann Apr 20
I would love to see this happen in our schools! work in action! What do you think ?
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Kevin Parr 2h
A3: A focus on life-long, learning rather than test scores. The rest will follow.
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Young Child Facts Apr 12
.’s Whole School, Whole Community, framework provides a road map for policymaking that fully supports students’ well-being. Using data, illustrates how each state’s school health policies align with the framework.
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j h Apr 20
Super proud of our athletes, coaches and families. We put in work today . Great to see these student-athletes shine even if the sun isn’t out
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UConn CSCH Apr 19
In order to promote a safe environment, schools need to focus on both the physical environment and physical and psychological safety measures. Read about low/mod/high strategies that schools can use in our brief!
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UConn CSCH Apr 16
Have you seen our Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model Briefs? For each component we summarize the research and outline practices school personnel can take based on their available resources. Check them out here:
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Josh Michael Apr 20
Documenting causal effects of arts education, project in Houston boosting arts learning. Thinking of focus and the arts in ⁦⁩ Blueprint.
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ReachTeachChild Apr 20
SEL has the power to teach nonviolence, promote understanding, endow children with purpose and meaning, and provide the skills and behaviors that can create a more inclusive, healthy, and positive future.
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ChrisBonilla Apr 20
All these opportunities for our kids! Loving it!
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Amanda Holsclaw Apr 19
Just watched the Ellen episode with . Such an inspiration! Looking at the agenda for the Innovation Conference 2020! would love to do something to help sponsor this event!
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Suzy  Brooks Apr 20
You're right, Gary - every one is a - but what measures are in place to determine whether every child, in every school, in every community is Healthy, Safe, Engaged, Supported & Challenged? That's what and are working to do.
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Mia Sara Apr 16
Replying to @MiaSara93081198
Think about the . Even though the system does ask us to look at the role child, we as educators MUST do it.
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𝐒𝐚𝐦𝐮𝐞𝐥 𝐊𝐚𝐫𝐧𝐬 | #WholeChild 💯 Apr 16
& students, families, and community please save the date for next week, April 24th and come out to see what we have been doing to support the through our enrichment track experience for in
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Bryan Holley Apr 18
How awesome is this! I couldn’t agree more. This is shared from a fellow art teacher friend.
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EdSurge Apr 19
is back! Packed with rich information straight from our experts and ample opportunities to connect with educators across the U.S.—you won’t want to miss it! Register here:
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Woodard Junior High Apr 18
Hundreds of Roadrunners painted our campus purple in support of our Military Kids today. This is us...THIS IS WOODARD!
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Amy Wassmann Apr 18
How do you want to spend your time?
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Krista Leh Apr 19
Interested in learning more about supporting the AND earn 30 Act 45 credits?? Look no further! Sign up for the Whole Child Academy. 80% of course is asynchronous online... Learn and work at your pace on your time!
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Scott Biskup Apr 18
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CPAndrew 9h
Agree! Only I’d add “shine, feel their place and experience the joy (& benefits) of physical activity”
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