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Educator Engagement: SEL for Adults

Generally speaking, student engagement is the main focus for most schools and districts. We make dedicated plans for helping students feel connected to school so they can grow and thrive. Parent engagement is also a key focus, as it is linked with students’ better behavior and school performance. But, we often overlook the importance of…


Growing Through Struggle

It’s March, historically one of the most challenging months in the entire teaching year. It’s March, in one of the toughest years in education for many people. It’s March, the second anniversary of the pandemic that upended most people’s lives in some way, shape, or form. Who else feels like they’re just hanging on by…


5 Tips for Creating Real Connection During Winter Break

The winter break is almost upon us! For two (or three, if you’re lucky) blissful weeks, school will be out and there will be time to catch our collective breath and relax. During the winter break, we encourage you to take some much-needed time to rest and connect with your friends and family. We know…


Working to Combat Empathy Fatigue

Life is pretty stressful right now. The global pandemic is preparing to enter its third year. Parents, teachers, students, and administrators have felt the strain of trying to navigate shutdowns, virtual/hybrid school, return to school, COVID protocols, and so much more. For many people, the last two years have felt like a near-constant barrage of…


 

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