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Global Dignity for a Better Tomorrow

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By: Emily Liebtag and Janice Walton. Global Dignity is working to provide resources and learning experiences for educators or facilitators seeking to spread the message of dignity. Learn more about what that means here.

10 National Safe Schools Week Resources

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This week is National Safe Schools week. Here are 10 resources to help parents, educators and students to learn more about different safety concerns and how to address them in schools.

Integrating Cognitive, Social and Personal Competencies

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By: William Bryant. Personal and social skills typically get defined and taught separately from conventional schoolwork. Here, we look at some ways to successfully integrate cognitive, social and personal competencies.

Is Bullying an Issue at Your School? Find Out By Asking Students.

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By: Hannah Bartlebaugh. Understanding the most common reasons that students believe they are being targeted for bullying can help educators guide conversations and interventions.

Are SEL Skills Actually Teachable?

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By: Breanna Reynolds. Is it possible for today's children to learn the social and emotional learning skills they'll need to succeed in the world? The most challenging part of teaching these crucial SEL skills starts in the classroom.

Next-Gen Advisory For Dropout Prevention

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Advisory programs help students stay engaged in their learning process, develop agency and create a personalized plan for their education that will keep them in school and on the path to college, career and life success.

Creating the Right Culture for Social and Emotional Learning

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By: Anna Durfee. As educators, we can help our students develop the social and emotional skills they'll need to be successful in the future. Here are several ways to help you create the right culture for SEL in your classroom.

Research Illuminates the Path Forward for SEL

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Given the abundance of attention being paid to Social, Emotional and Academic Development (SEAD) and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in general, it’s only appropriate that the path forward be guided by research.

The Value of Establishing a Culture of Thinking in the Classroom

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By: Cameron Paterson. Strategies focused on ingraining cultures of thinking have been game changers in many of today’s classrooms. In this post, we look at what that means for you and your classroom.

True Leadership Starts with Empathy

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Our team is wrapping an incredible week at INBOUND, which got us thinking about how leadership is about more than just managing people: it’s about growing people. And we all have leadership opportunities, whether or not we manage a team.

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