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Monday, April 29, 2013

Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Empathy | Edutopia

Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Empathy | Edutopia

Solutions Through Peer Mediation by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Solutions Through Peer Mediation by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

52 Character Building Thoughts for Children by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

52 Character Building Thoughts for Children by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Expressing Thoughts & Feelings/Utah Education Network

Expressing Thoughts & Feelings

Free Lesson Plan on Feelings: Be the Boss / Education World

Education World: Be the Boss: Lesson on Feelings

Free Lesson Plans: Self-Esteem / Discovery Education

Self-Esteem | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

Emotional Intelligence Is the Missing Piece | Edutopia

Emotional Intelligence Is the Missing Piece | Edutopia

Friday, April 19, 2013

HOW TO GIVE EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS / Krstovic's Thoughts on Education

Krstovic's Thoughts on Education - HOW TO GIVE EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK TO OUR STUDENTS

Psycho-Educational Insights for Managing Habitually Disruptive Students: Contributing Factors to the Escalation of Behavior Problems

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Psycho-Educational Insights for Managing Habitually Disruptive Students: Contributing Factors to the Escalation of Behavior Problems


A Call to All Teachers:


Proudly announcing our new group for educators worldwide, “We Teach the World.” Our aim is to connect teachers and related school personnel all over the world, so that we can share much-needed ideas, strategies, and lesson plans as well as all kinds of resources in classroom management and in student discipline. Coordinating our effort worldwide, we can tell each other where to find important resources and information. If you administer a teaching blog or have created educational resources to facilitate our job, you are welcome to share them here. As long as they contribute to education, we want to know of your business. Teachers with questions, post them here; mentors and seasoned teachers, your valuable experience and unique perspective matter to us, so make your voices heard. Because isolated, we teachers are imaginative, resourceful and resilient, but connected, connected we are imaginative, resourceful, resilient AND powerful. To join us, click on, “We Teach the World.”

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

From Complaints to Requests | The New Conversations Initiative

Challenge Four: From Complaints to Requests | The New Conversations Initiative

Deep Listening -- Empathy in Action

Challenge 1: Deep Listening -- Empathy in Action

How To: Calm the Agitated Student: Tools for Effective Behavior Management | Intervention Central

How To: Calm the Agitated Student: Tools for Effective Behavior Management | Intervention Central

How To: Use the Power of Personal Connection to Motivate Students: 4 Strategies | Intervention Central

How To: Use the Power of Personal Connection to Motivate Students: 4 Strategies | Intervention Central

What 7th Graders Say about High Expectations | MiddleWeb

What 7th Graders Say about High Expectations | MiddleWeb

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom: Making Your Point without Saying a Word

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Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom: Making Your Point without Saying a Word


A Call to All Teachers:


Proudly announcing our new group for educators worldwide, “We Teach the World.” Our aim is to connect teachers and related school personnel all over the world, so that we can share much-needed ideas, strategies, and lesson plans as well as all kinds of resources in classroom management and in student discipline. Coordinating our effort worldwide, we can tell each other where to find important resources and information. If you administer a teaching blog or have created educational resources to facilitate our job, you are welcome to share them here. As long as they contribute to education, we want to know of your business. Teachers with questions, post them here; mentors and seasoned teachers, your valuable experience and unique perspective matter to us, so make your voices heard. Because isolated, we teachers are imaginative, resourceful and resilient, but connected, connected we are imaginative, resourceful, resilient AND powerful. To join us, click on, “We Teach the World.”