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How to Support a Grieving Student After a Loss

How to Support a Grieving Student After a Loss

As a teacher, you have students come into your classroom after every kind of experience – Sometimes, a student may come into your classroom after experiencing a huge loss. 



Can Empathy Make You a More Effective Teacher?

Can Empathy Make You a More Effective Teacher?

At first glance, empathy training for teachers might sound to you like one more requirement you need to complete. There is so much you need to worry about as it is as a teacher – and fostering empathy might get pushed down the list. And that’s...



How Schools Can Do a Better Job at Teaching Executive Functioning Skills

How Schools Can Do a Better Job at Teaching Executive Functioning Skills

At Calm Classroom, we place a large focus on helping students develop their executive functioning skills. Executive functions are a set of advanced brain skills that help us to process memories, self-regulate our emotions, and more. Kids with...



Teaching Self-Compassion to Teenagers: Why It’s Important
How Covid Has Impacted Kids’ Mental Health and How SEL in Schools Can Help

How Covid Has Impacted Kids’ Mental Health and How SEL in Schools Can Help

Social-emotional learning, or SEL, has always been important for kids. Kids come to school to learn — but academic learning (such as reading and math) isn’t the only important skill they need to walk away with. Social-emotional skills, such as...



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