ParentsSocial-Emotional Learning

Click to sign-up for my newsletter to receive FREE resources monthly! 6 Ways to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: Strategies for Caregivers by Tiffany Creager   Students flourish in environments that are predictable, safe, and consistent. One way to… Continue Reading…

ClassroomSocial-Emotional Learning

  Click to sign-up for my newsletter to receive FREE resources monthly! 7 Simple Ways to Practice Gratitude in the Classroom by Tiffany Creager     What if someone offered you a FREE 5 minute per day strategy that boasted… Continue Reading…

Book ListsSocial-Emotional Learning

5 Brainy Books for Exploring School Discipline through a New Lens by Tiffany Creager   Approaching school discipline through a preventative brain-aligned approach has been a goal of mine (and countless others) for years! In nearly every school I visit,… Continue Reading…

BehaviorClassroomSocial-Emotional LearningTeachers

Simple Strategies for Big Worries Supporting Students with Anxiety by Tiffany Creager   Last December I wrote about prioritizing our adult mental wellness during times of stress and uncertainty. I was hopeful at the time that this year would feel… Continue Reading…

English LearnersMathematics

13 Excellent Education Blogs Written by Bill Reed, STEM Specialist at INcompassing Education   To Blog or Not to Blog. . .that is the question! Of course, the answer is “To Blog!” With that being said, what are blogs? Blogs… Continue Reading…

Social-Emotional Learning

Building Empathy in the Classroom Written by Tiffany Creager   We are living through an incredible time of physical and emotional disconnection. Despite technological advances created to keep us connected, we seem to be moving in the opposite direction. We’ve… Continue Reading…

LeadershipSocial-Emotional LearningTeachers

Value-Based Living, Working, and Leading Swapping Resolutions for Reflection in the New Year Written by Tiffany Creager   On December 31st, 2019, I was full of energy, excitement, and anticipation. We were heading into a new decade! I had multiple… Continue Reading…

Book Lists

6 Best Books for School Principals in 2021 Written by Dianne McKinley   Being a school administrator is hard work! You wear a lot of hats on a daily basis. In between leading staff, supporting students, connecting with parents and… Continue Reading…

Social-Emotional Learning

School faculty members know a range of techniques for helping to support the educational needs of their students, but what about the social-emotional needs? Far too many students are struggling with social-emotional needs, yet teachers are unaware or uncertain of how to handle them. Often, these students can be severely withdrawn from their peers or they can have a hard time following the rules and procedures of the classroom. So how can we identify and support students with social-emotional needs?

Social-Emotional Learning

The holiday season is filled with expectations of joy, excitement, and happiness. But while it’s a very happy time for many, it can be a difficult time for some, exacerbating feelings of anxiety and depression. Many students, particularly those in poverty and those who have experienced loss or trauma, struggle emotionally during the holiday season. This shows up in their behavior at school, either through outbursts, aggressive behavior, being withdrawn, sad, or angry. In this post, we will give teachers some tips on how to help students emotionally through the holiday season.

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