Daily Advisory: Building Social, Emotional & Academic Skills

Daily Advisory: Building Social, Emotional & Academic Skills

– Part of our focus in terms of SEL is to become more aware of our emotions and reactions. So Rashad is the character who gets– – Abused by the police officer – Do you see these things happening? –…

5 Keys to Social and Emotional Learning Success

5 Keys to Social and Emotional Learning Success

>>Pamela: Social-Emotional skills are the essential skills for success in school, work and life.>>Natalie: Social-Emotional learning centers their mind and body. It reduces their emotional tension, so they can be open to new content and material. We find that academic…

Fall-Hamilton Elementary: Transitioning to Trauma-Informed Practices to Support Learning

Fall-Hamilton Elementary: Transitioning to Trauma-Informed Practices to Support Learning

(birds chirping) – [Mathew Portell] We understand the effects of adverse childhood experiences nationally. This is not an issue that is just isolated to my demographic in my school. You’re gonna do great aren’t you? Okay, nice work. We understand…

The Sensory Room: Helping Students With Autism Focus & Learn

The Sensory Room: Helping Students With Autism Focus & Learn

>>Cheryl: Research shows that if the student’s in the right mindset and they get their sensory needs met, they’re going to be much better learners. So after the sensory room, they’re able to focus more, they’re able to learn easier,…

De-Escalation Spaces: Helping Students Manage Emotions

De-Escalation Spaces: Helping Students Manage Emotions

– I appreciate y’all coming and have a conversation. – There’s a lot we do within the building to create spaces that are conducive for de-escalation. Kids are able to remove themselves from a negative situation, process what has caused…

Habits, Community, and Culture: Laying the Foundation for Emotional Intelligence

Habits, Community, and Culture: Laying the Foundation for Emotional Intelligence

>>Aukeem Ballard: Today we’ll be having some conversations that are going to take some courage for us to participate in.>>Student: Some kids get out of school, go home, just to strictly do work. I don’t have the same privileges, because…

The Sensory Room: Helping Students With Autism Focus & Learn

The Sensory Room: Helping Students With Autism Focus & Learn

>>Cheryl: Research shows that if the student’s in the right mindset and they get their sensory needs met, they’re going to be much better learners.>>Heather: Hands to your heart space. Take a deep breath in. [ inhale, exhale ]>>Cheryl: The…

Building Emotional Literacy in Preschoolers

Building Emotional Literacy in Preschoolers

>>Teacher: Okay. I started the puzzle.>>Thomas: Because our teachers teach self-regulation, our students are better able to manage their feelings.>>Teacher: That’s a smile. >>Student: No.>>Teacher: That’s angry?>>Thomas: They’re better able to verbalize their emotions and what they’re going through.>>Antonia: What’s…

Getting Started With Trauma-Informed Practices

Getting Started With Trauma-Informed Practices

>>Girl: What does it mean to make the world a better place?>>Lindsey: Nice! So those are those big questions we’re focusing on.>>Lindsey: For me, being Trauma-Informed has so much to do with mindset. Accepting that different people come into a…