Social-Emotional

Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Social Emotional Learning has – in recent years – become a priority in many districts. Youth suicide rates have shown a steady rise in recent years and the number of violent occurrences in schools is also on the incline. With mental health diagnoses...Read more ›
Mental Health Awareness Starts with Teachers

Mental Health Awareness Starts with Teachers

For educators, mental health awareness is essential. Teachers are often the first line of defense for protecting children’s mental health. There’s much that educators can do protect the emotional well-being of young learners. However, the first step is...Read more ›

Teaching Students How to Cope

As a step-parent to a 13-year-old boy, I am all too familiar with the slew of emotional responses that teenagers are prone to giving their parents (and teachers!) In a recent Edutopia article, author Lori Desautels details some emotional regulation strategies that...Read more ›
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