Blended and online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic bring new challenges for the social-emotional health of you and your students. When you and your students could use a pick-me-up, try these positive self-talk and affirmation solutions.
This year, students are going to need to rely on executive function skills in order to focus their attention, regulate their emotions, and more. But stress and trauma can take a toll on these skills, making now a critical time for educators to focus on them. Read on to learn more about executive function skills, and how you can support them.
How will teachers build relationships and support systems with a new class during blended and distance learning in the 2020-21 school year? Our Teacher-Authors recommend creating safe spaces, involving parents, and more.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) and other trauma-informed teaching techniques will continue to be vital. We asked our Teacher-Author community how they will be using SEL and trauma-informed teaching in the 2020 school year.
With many stressful things happening in the world right now, students of all ages will need support to cope with how they’re feeling. Here are just a few recommendations from social-emotional learning experts to help you support your students’ emotional needs.