"This resource packages up 15 SEL intervention ideas from Panorama's expert SEL ...
"This resource packages up 15 SEL intervention ideas from Panorama's expert SEL curriculum partners—complete with "how to" instructions and templates for use. These low-lift, actionable strategies can help rebuild community, foster positive relationships, and assist students in navigating complex emotions."
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Example Interventions (Instructions Included!):
✔ 2x10 Relationship Building ✔ Empathy Exercise ✔ Feelings Journal ✔ Rose, Bud, Thorn ✔ Home Visits Protocol ✔ Cooldown Process
"Covid is restricting our lives, but we can find new ways to ...
"Covid is restricting our lives, but we can find new ways to keep making progress. Trying out new things can actually boost our well-being. When we open up to new ideas, it helps us stay curious and engaged. It can also bring a sense of accomplishment and help to boost our self-confidence and resilience. There are so many ways to learn new things and this month we're encouraging everyone to find new and creative ways to overcome our frustrating situations."
230 conversation starters to get the conversation rolling! The starters are for ...
230 conversation starters to get the conversation rolling!
The starters are for various ages and maturity levels. As the parent, you know your child best and we will leave it to you to select appropriate starters.
-getting to know your child -your relationship with your child -family -blended and adopted families -values and character -school and learning -emotions -friendships and peers -bullying -drugs and alcohol -consent, love, marriage and sexual preference -body image and gender roles -spirituality
This is a two-part course on dyslexia awareness and helping students reach ...
This is a two-part course on dyslexia awareness and helping students reach their potential.
“1 in 5 children are made by dyslexia. It’s vital that we spot their strengths and support their challenges” - Kate Griggs, Founder of Made By Dyslexia.
In every classroom, in every school, around the world, there are 1 in 5 kids with exactly the thinking skills needed for the future of work. They are Made By Dyslexia.
But less than 20% are spotted at school. This two-part course created by Made By Dyslexia will change that – for good. It will give you easy to use strategies, used in the world’s leading specialist dyslexia schools, to help you spot, support and empower every dyslexic learner.
Now – more than ever – the world needs people who think differently. By taking our training today, you’ll change dyslexic children’s educational outcomes tomorrow. And be part of a powerful movement for change!
This resource includes great assessment tips for Kindergarten to Grade 5 for ...
This resource includes great assessment tips for Kindergarten to Grade 5 for in-class assessment as well as ideas for teachers who are providing remote learning to their students. We Are Teachers is a tremendous place to find ots of wonderful teaching resources in all areas for all grade levels. Check it out the complete site at: https://www.weareteachers.com/
The Multiplication Course is a highly interactive multiplication course – on YouTube ...
The Multiplication Course is a highly interactive multiplication course – on YouTube – with 156 short videos. They are for all students, all teachers, all parents, everyone!
The course teaches students deep, rich, and important multiplication concepts while they are also learning multiplication facts. It also puts students in control of their learning, allowing them to pause the think deeply, allowing them time to write, allowing them to discover important math ideas.
The animated videos are organized in 12 chapters – and each chapter is in a playlist on YouTube. The course is for students in grades 3-8, and it’s completely free.
"From misinformation to the 24-hour news cycle (on TV and now on ...
"From misinformation to the 24-hour news cycle (on TV and now on social media), students must learn to navigate a noisy, biased, and challenging world. But with the right support, they can learn to be critical and not cynical -- to speak up, not sit back. This collection of news and media lessons, videos, printables, and more is a great place to start. Everything's been carefully vetted by Common Sense editors (and fellow teachers) to help you find that "just right" resource for your classroom.
Check out our current favorites below. Read on for full collections. "
Project Zero at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education has created a collection ...
Project Zero at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education has created a collection of Core Thinking Routines as part of their Visible Thinking Project. Teachers can view the entire collection on the Project Zero website (https://pz.harvard.edu/thinking-routines#CoreThinkingRoutines), where each routine is described in detail (e.g., purpose, application, launch) in both English and Spanish.
These routines encourage students to be intentional thinkers.
What do they know or notice? What is their perspective or position on an issue or idea? How can they support their position or thinking? What do they wonder? What are they confused about? How has their thinking changed? What caused that change?
Fostering Remembrance is a part of everything The Legion does. Through The ...
Fostering Remembrance is a part of everything The Legion does. Through The Royal Canadian Legion's longstanding Annual Poster and Literary Contests, Canadian school children honour Canada’s Veterans through creative art and writing, and help perpetuate Remembrance.
Contests are available for students 5 to 18 for posters (colour & black and white), essays and poems.
You can find links to the entry forms (one must be attached and signed by a parent to each entry), as well as the Teacher's Guide (link on the left side).
This amazing toolbox organizes Thinking Routines into categories. When you open a ...
This amazing toolbox organizes Thinking Routines into categories.
When you open a routine, go to the section for Resource Links to access an explanation/lesson on how to use this tool.
Tools or strategies are divided into these categories (a few examples are listed but there are many more): *Core thinking routines (E.g., See, think, wonder, What makes you say that?) *Digging Deeper Into Ideas (E.g., Outside in, Layers, Fact or fiction?) *Introducing and exploring ideas (Lenses, Step in - step out - step back) *Objects and systems (Creative hunt, Parts-people-interactions) *Perspective taking (Options explosion, True for who?) *Perspectives, controversies and Dilemmas (Tug for truth, Sticking points, 4Cs) *Possibilities and analogies (3-2-1 bridge, Creative quesitons) *Synthesizing and Organizing Ideas (+1 Routine, Take note, Headlines) *With Art or Objects (Creative comparisons, Looking: 10x2, Thinking with images)