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Social Skills Toolkit

Students who are socially skilled tend to do better in school, and just like academic skills, social skills need to be explicitly taught. Students who display at-risk behavior benefit greatly from social skills instruction. The earlier we can start explicitly teaching and modeling pro-social behaviors, the better our students’ outcomes will be. This is why…


New Year, New Goal Setting Strategy

It is the third week of January, which means for many of us, the energy with which we tackled our New Year’s resolutions may be waning. By now, you might find yourself white-knuckling through your commitment to your newly set goals, or perhaps you’ve already given up the ghost. But before you beat yourself up…


Hygge for Happiness

If you google “hygge,” you will be bombarded with images of fireplaces, cups of tea, and adorable little cottages in the snow. On Instagram alone, there are over 8 million posts that include the hashtag ‘hygge’– most of which would lead you to believe that in order to “hygge,” you need a carefully curated home…


Connecting with Character

Many students are struggling to connect with one another, and as a result, more and more school districts are reporting an increase in behavioral challenges. Now, more than ever, students need a place where they feel they belong and guidance to deepen their social-emotional learning. With all they are already tasked to do, many educators…


Creating Connections: Soliciting Staff Feedback

A key component to a healthy school climate and culture is making sure the adults on campus feel seen and heard on a regular basis. One of the best ways to do this is by gathering formal and informal feedback from your staff. Soliciting feedback from your staff helps to create a culture of open…


 

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