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Monday, 06 November 2017 10:29

Emotional Intelligence Is the Missing Piece

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Social and emotional learning can help students successfully resolve conflict, communicate clearly, solve problems, and much more.
Monday, 30 October 2017 09:33

Compassion as a Classroom Management Tool

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Here are some things to consider to demonstrate compassion in the classroom.
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 08:48

Positive Words Go a Long Way

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Simple ways to frame what you say to students to encourage and empower them.
Monday, 09 October 2017 09:22

More Than Just Eyes and Ears

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Experiential learning is powerful, and you can create ways for students to learn with all their senses in and out of the classroom. Every teacher knows that kids love to give their opinions. Opinions end up getting shared whether you’re asking for them or not. Sometimes they’re yelled out in class, and other times they’re shared through assignments. If you’re lucky, they’re on topic, but sometimes they come out of left field. Hearing what’s in a student’s head is one of the joys of the job. I love rich discussions. I love them in classroom discourse and online discussion groups. I’ve learned from my students arguably more so than they’ve learned from me. But what happens if the opinion that a student shares is one that you totally disagree with? The answer, of course and it’s hard sometimes is to…
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