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Bullying Prevention In Schools

Learn why social-emotional learning is the place to start.
Read the research


Save up to $100

Order the Bullying Prevention Unit now for the 2014-15 school year.
Discount through August

 


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Transforming Austin ISD

Social-emotional learning is making a difference in the lives of students and teachers in Austin.
Watch the video to see how

 

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Dramatic Change in School Culture

Students from low-income families in Washington, DC, are learning their problem-solving steps.
Read how they're putting them into action

 

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Sending a Message to Congress

If we’re going to get social-emotional learning into every school, lawmakers need to know as much as possible.
So we went to DC and told them!

 

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Part 2: Teaching Extroverts
By Joy Brooke on 6/9/2014 11:40 am

Part 1 of this blog was about teaching introverts. In this second part, I will discuss teaching extroverts and their needs in the classroom.

 

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Part 1: Teaching Introverts
By Joy Brooke on 6/3/2014 9:41 AM

Author Susan Cain has created a new awareness with her bestselling book, “Quiet”. She and other experts explain an introvert is not someone who is shy.

 
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