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No Second Chances: How to Handle Mistakes You Can’t Fix

By Kimberly Feltes Taylor and Eric Braun, coauthors of How to Take the ACHE Out of Mistakes We’ve all had moments when we wished we could get a second chance to prove that we know better or can do better. … Continue reading

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Using Stories to Teach SEL During Distance Learning

By Kimberly Feltes Taylor and Eric Braun, coauthors of How to Take the ACHE Out of Mistakes As the pandemic stretches on, and as many of us work from home and many of our students learn from home, the isolation … Continue reading

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Lead by Example: The Power of Apology

By Kimberly Feltes Taylor and Eric Braun, coauthors of How to Take the ACHE Out of Mistakes Imagine your son has a dance recital at 6:00, and he’s nervous. His teacher wants the kids to be there by 5:00 for … Continue reading

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Using Poetry to Teach Social-Emotional Skills

By Judy Lalli, M.S., author of I Like Being Me After my father was a victim of a stroke in his late 80s, he could still recite poems he had learned as a child—some of them in a second language! … Continue reading

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Teaching Young Children the Power of Apologizing

by Livy Traczyk In my post last month I shared my experience using William Mulcahy’s book, Zach Gets Frustrated, and the rich experience both my students and I had relating to the protagonist’s feelings. Perhaps like a lot of educators … Continue reading

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