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11 Reason Why Teachers Should Use A Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum
Education | Social and Emotional Learning

11 Reason Why Teachers Should use a Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailIf you’re an elementary or primary school teacher who is yet to introduce social-emotional learning (SEL) in your classroom, don’t stop reading!SEL is recognized as an essential component of a well-rounded school curriculum. It’s a highly effective way of addressing emotional and mental health issues as well as…

Stories of Kindness

Not a big thing

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailThis was by no means a big thing, but I can’t explain how much it made my day. It was about a year ago. I had a final for my hardest class (also the teacher was a huge douche, so that didn’t help). The final was a group…

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A kind shop manager

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailMy hubby and I were shopping yesterday, and I was getting disheartened at how all the stores are selling the same muted coloured, flowing styles – none of which suit what I wanted. A kind shop manager asked me if I was looking for something specific and I…

3 Ways To Use Morning Meetings To Improve Wellbeing & Behavior
Education | Children | Classroom Activities | Mental Health | Social and Emotional Learning

3 Ways to Use Morning Meetings to Improve Wellbeing & Behavior

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailDaily morning meetings are fabulous for helping kids who are feeling anxious or isolated due to lengthy lockdowns and changes to their routine. As we settle into a new way of life with COVID-19, some students have gone back to school but for those who are still distance…

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Twin kindness

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailI have twin boys who just turned 23. Years ago, when they were about 5, I stopped at a gas station. As I was pumping gas, my boys spotted a very old man huddled in the corner holding a sign that said “homeless vet”. My boys begged me…