During the Covid-19 lockdown, we’re all feeling less secure and missing our usual routines. But just as doing exercise improves physical health, you and your child can do activities to boost their mental health. These activities are based on our Skills for Life programmes. Use them to help your child find healthy ways to deal […]
Attention middle school parents & educators: Respectful Ways is giving access to some of our most popular discussion-and-activity worksheets ~ Home Connects! These printouts, available in both English & Spanish, can be worked on alone or as a group. They include Let’s Chat Conversation Questions, Respectful Q&A, SEL Learning Objectives, and “Home Connects” activity ideas […]
During this time when educators, students, and students’ caregivers are transitioning to working and schooling from home, there is a need for helpful strategies to cope with emotions.
A poster containing sentence stems to continue effective communication with students while teaching virtually.
This is Center for Responsive Schools monthly journal it contains a variety of lessons, tools, and activities to incorporate in your virtual classrooms with articles to support the resources use.
This is Center for Responsive Schools monthly journal it contains a variety of lessons, tools, and activities to maintain momentum within your virtual classrooms with articles to support the use of the resources.
This is Center for Responsive Schools monthly journal that contains stories of educators from schools who have been implementing Responsive Classroom as their primary approach to social and emotional learning. They discuss how their RC knowledge helped them to maintain a joyful and engaging experience for their students remotely.
Focuses on the importance of play and movement during distance learning.
Digital SEL course modules with 5 activities each, including separate online, password-protected access for students and educators. Up to three interactive modules available for free with the coupon code Corona-free3 for teachers, administrators, program leaders, and parents and guardians.
MindUP at Home offers parents, educators and students resources and tools to learn how MindUP’s lessons can be integrated into our lives, whether at school or at home. It provides instruction, activities and guided practices to include in our daily lives, classrooms, and homes to help manage our response to stress, improve our ability to […]