Category Archives: Social & Emotional Learning

Mindfulness Strategies for Anger Management

By Barbara Gruener Okay, I’ll admit it: When I was growing up, I had no idea how to deal with my anger well. Not one little bit. During my formative years, I was sent to my room to get over … Continue reading

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Enter Our Holiday Manners Giveaway!

This giveaway is now closed. This holiday season, encourage better behavior with must-have resources on the importance of learning and exercising good manners. One reader will win all of these resources: Tessie Tames Her Tongue Noses Are Not for Picking Mealtime … Continue reading

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Have a Fun and Safe Halloween!

By Alison Feigh, author of I Can Play It Safe and program coordinator at the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center. This post was originally published October 25, 2012. Parents seem to be extra aware of safety when Halloween rolls around. It makes … Continue reading

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Detect and Demystify OCD with Unstuck: An OCD Kids Movie

By Alison Dotson, author of Being Me with OCD: How I Learned to Obsess Less and Live My Life How would you respond if a student told you he’s sure he’ll turn into the Incredible Hulk if he wears green? … Continue reading

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Classroom Activities for Dealing with Everyday Feelings

By Liz Bergren Social-emotional learning (SEL) is becoming more and more necessary in mainstream curriculum. Not only is SEL valuable in its own right, it also can positively affect learning and achievement. According to an Education Week story about the … Continue reading

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