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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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