Social-emotional learning programs have positive long-term effects, helping students well into their futures in areas like college completion and sexual and mental health. Students with SEL training scored 13 points higher academically than their peers 3.5 years later, had 6 percent ...
Social-emotional learning programs have positive long-term effects, helping students well into their futures in areas like college completion and sexual and mental health. Students with SEL ...
In the Age of 'No-Excuses' Schools: A Case for Compassion and Better Social-Emotional Learning. #SEL https://t.co/S0OtM7KQei #SELOpen
Take a minute to ruminate on your own K-12 academic experience. Was it a pleasant experience that left you with a love for lifelong learning? Or was it ...
POSITIVE TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP CRUCIAL FOR AT-RISK KIDS. #SEL https://t.co/Iy1phgIOCi #SELOpen
A hurting child, or any child, thrives on the stability, reliability, predictability of a caring teacher.
Don't get stuck in misunderstanding. Find out what Imaginative Education is all about: https://t.co/Uc39IAt3iG #CIRCE @sfueducation #imaginED #imagination https://t.co/Hot4XWyXLyOpen
These are a few dimensions of a cross-curricular approach to teaching called Imaginative Education developed by world-renowned scholar Dr. Kieran Egan. IE is based on an understanding of ...
4 essential conditions coaches need to transform leading, teaching, & learning (via @isobeltx & @sarahlouwou): https://t.co/i2qLslABpN https://t.co/6dWuIze6zhOpen
We focus on ways school leaders can establish the four conditions that help coaches transform leading, teaching, and schooling: A strong model of high-quality instruction A strong model of ...
Lisa Westman, Dr. Debbie Silver, Dr. Carol Chanter, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Kristin Rouleau, and Keisha Rembert share their commentaries on effective instructional coaching.
The following is an excerpted transcript of the State of the Field address, delivered on October 28th at the 2019 Symposium, by Aurora Institute President and CEO Susan Patrick. In the ...
"1 Here's an example of a vision for coaching: "Coaching supports teachers to improve their instructional practices, implement a new curriculum, develop trusting relationships with ...
Laura Robb, Rita Platt, Michelle Shory, Ed.S., Irina V. McGrath, Ph.D., Cindi Rigsbee, Tonya Ward Singer, and Margie Kirstein contribute their suggestions about effective instructional ...
Today's post includes answers from Kris Allen, Stephanie Affinito, Barry Saide, Diane Sweeney, Ann Mausbach, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, and Wendy Murawski, Ph.D., on how instructional coaches ...
Even though #dyslexia can make school hard, many people find ways to lead successful and fulfilling lives. Get inspired by a few of their stories @HKorbey #edchat #parenting https://t.co/c18WrQVi2OOpen
By advocating for themselves, perfecting the art of listening and by finding creative forms of self-expression, these dyslexic adults have created positive pathways for their lives and ...
"Apps & resources come and go, and when you understand how to use technology to collaborate, connect, communicate, create, and curate─then you know how to use technology effectively in the classroom." Hear more from @shfarnsworth: https://t.co/Vtk2FiM5M2 @FETC #FETCOpen
Shaelynn Farnsworth is a literacy technology consultant presenting in the Future of Ed Tech Librarian and Media Specialist track, a new track added for the 2020 Future of Education ...
The Long-Term Economic Benefits of Social and Emotional Learning. #SEL https://t.co/1tJ4kZbKUO #SELOpen
Evidence suggests that universal SEL programs for children and adolescents can offer tremendous return on investment in reducing problems, promoting competence, and improving school success.
RT @MasteryTrack: "If one of our goals is for students to be challenged every day and to master important skills, they need a better way to progress through school than counting birthdays." https://t.co/zOmjNpkb5e #competencyED #personalizedlearning #edreimagined https://t.co/gNEiYTFQIOOpen
Using Mastery Data to Measure Growth in Student Learning 34 ........Conclusion November 2019 #SmartBundle#MasteryLearning 02 • Students advance upon demonstrated mastery; • Competencies ...
Discipline in schools is turning to behavior change — teaching peacemaking skills and restorative justice — and away from of zero-tolerance.
Wonderful article on why play is so important for our wellbeing and survival especially in a utilitarian world, and why it is so much more than just "idle time": https://t.co/tBpQtn3WZU #Playmatters @irishexaminer https://t.co/2GV6EcNLHHOpen
In his latest book, Michael Rosen aims to encourage all of us to go on playing in whatever way we do, writes Helen O’Callaghan.