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.
Helping students to make goals during the time of online instruction is crucial and allows them to keep their plans for a successful year.
A poster to help children learn how to identify and manage emotions.
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.
Create a journal to implement the following principles into your life: in the moment, have faith by believing in yourself, reality check, reset experiences, suspend judgment,put it in neutral, and take it slow allow situations to unfold in their own time.
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.
Several videos for 6-12th graders and several family, educator and parent/caregiver support videos to help create discussion and dialog between learners and adults to help with stress, depression, anxiety or any negative feelings or influences during the COVID-19 crisis.