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Danielle Nahorney Aug 20
Finished my last of 3 summer PD sessions for Teaching Assistants today. Had the privilege of digging deeper into , self care, and the importance of language and consistency. Excited for our work ahead 🐝💚
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m|e FA Aug 12
What a great day! Thanks for showing us !
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Brett Woodcock Mar 26
17 school districts and 21 different K-12 schools were represented at the training today in Syracuse, NY! Great conversations around is so critical. Blessed to be part of this movement that helps students build positive relationships.
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Brett Woodcock Aug 8
continues to grow across the country! This a movement with the focus of teaching students how to build positive relationships and to look for the good in others. Because positive relationships make us happier and healthier, period.
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Brett Woodcock Aug 12
Tim Rowland calls me in July and asks if we can do a training at . Just four weeks later, this group of educators is here to learn is one of the fastest growing programs in the US! Over 600 schools in 26 states are implementing this year.
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Mike Erwin Jun 28
THE LONELINESS PARADOX: With social networks wider than ever, people have never felt so alone. We can and must work harder + smarter to create more meaningful connections in the world today.
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Jeff Bryan Oct 27
Skills of the future? Tech will be in demand, but so will social skills.
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Jeff Bryan Dec 9
This. educators get upstream and enhance behavior by empowering Ss to build positive relationships.
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Amy Klymkow Jul 8
This is so true! Your classroom should be a safe place for your students to take risks, make mistakes, grow academically and socially, and feel loved. ❤️ It can be the one thing that changes a life.
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Jeff Bryan Apr 19
This. The mission is to empower America’s youth to build positive relationships and become their best selves.
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Danielle Nahorney Dec 23
Another reason why it’s important that we teach and recognize character strengths like , , , and 💚 helps us do this!
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Mike Erwin Oct 30
“Social skills such as persuasion, EI & teaching others will be in higher demand across industries than narrow technical skills. In essence, technical skills will need to be supplemented with strong social & collaboration skills.”
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Positivity Project Jan 24
At Sangster Elementary School, - check out the in action in ⁦⁩!
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Mike Erwin Nov 29
2nd grade students at Imagine Chancellor, one of the first 33 partner schools, wrote a book about the 24 character strengths! These students first learned about the character strengths in K...and by age 8, have a clear grasp of what they mean.
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Jeff Bryan 20 Jul 18
According to UChicago's Consortium for School Research: Schools with the highest learning gains had principals who promoted a strong school climate by empowering and coordinating the work of teachers...around shared goals.
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Lexie Feldman, Ed.D. Apr 7
Staff were trained on being trauma-informed. It was very powerful & there were many times when I was stopped and reminded of the importance of our work with . Connections & relationships, hope & optimism help students (&adults) to cope with trauma.
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Jeremy Mitchell Apr 19
“nothing - nothing - has more impact in the life of a child than positive relationships” - Peter Benson, from ’s “Who You Know” this is definitely a must read 🇺🇸💚🇺🇸
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Positivity Project 29 Jun 18
This week's round up puts the spotlight on Dr. Virginia Hill, Lincoln Elementary, and their . If you haven't seen this story yet, it's absolutely worth the 7 minutes of your time!
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Jeremy Mitchell Jul 25
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Jeremy Mitchell Jan 24
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