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@AskMrsBrooke

Our teacher-blogger Joy Brooke shares how a class mascot can be used to integrate social-emotional skills into your day and improve the overall classroom climate. She used her class mascot, Ducky, to model emotions and how to talk about and manage them.
Learn from her experience


 
Tim Ryan speaking at a podium

​Legislative Update

U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) has reintroduced the Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Act to define social-emotional learning (SEL) and amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) so funding for staff training and professional development can be used for SEL programming. ​
Ask Congress to co-sponsor HR 850
 


 
Happy curious eager elementary students

​Staying in Control

When young children are taught how to self-regulate—manage their emotions and behavior—they are better able to focus their attention and learn new things, and this can help them throughout their lives. Find out what research says about the benefits of self-regulation skills. ​​​​
Read the whitepaper


 
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