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Social Emotional Learning In Schools

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...



Why Mindfulness Should Be a Priority in ESSA Grant Spending

Why Mindfulness Should Be a Priority in ESSA Grant Spending

Thanks to the American Rescue Plan package, many school districts are receiving an influx of ESSA grant funding. Educators now have an opportunity to fund substantial mental health and social-emotional learning (SEL) initiatives, along with many...



How Your School Can Support Teen Mental Health

How Your School Can Support Teen Mental Health

Teens today are experiencing a mental health crisis. Three leading pediatric health organizations 一 The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Children’s Hospital Association 一 have all...



8 Executive Function Skills to Teach Your Elementary Students

8 Executive Function Skills to Teach Your Elementary Students

Your brain is an important organ with lots of responsibilities. Some of your brain’s most critical responsibilities are its executive functions. Executive functioning, regulated by your brain’s prefrontal cortex, is responsible for advanced skills...



Why SEL Is Essential to Help Today’s Students Succeed

Why SEL Is Essential to Help Today’s Students Succeed

Teaching is a rewarding, and sometimes frustrating, profession. Not only are teachers responsible for helping children succeed academically, but they also play an important role in helping their students develop the social and emotional skills they...



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