Social Emotional Workshop - Page 5 of 6 - Social-Emotional Learning for Every Student at Every Tier
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Dec 04

Student-Centered Discipline Promotes Social Emotional Learning

By Laura Driscoll | Social Emotional Skills , Teacher Consultation

Student-centered discipline is the classroom management strategies that a teacher uses that are developmentally appropriate for their students and motivate their students to want to behave in the classroom. It is one of the 10 key teaching practices identified by The Center on Great Teachers and Leaders (GTL) that support social and emotional learning as […]

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Jan 04

Getting Teachers to Implement your Amazing Behavior Plan

By Laura Driscoll | Behavior , Teacher Consultation

Why won’t teachers implement my behavior plans? You completed a lengthy and thorough Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and you made a behavior plan with perfect reinforcers. The student is even excited about the plan. Yes! Initial buy-in! You convince parents that this will help their child, not make them look different. You meet with the teacher and go over […]

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Jun 18

A Unique and Inspirational Graduation Address

By Laura Driscoll | College

Donovan Livingston, a Ed.M. 2016 graduate from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, gave one of the more powerful 5 minute speeches on race, inequity, and education I have seen. Beautiful and inspirational. Lift off. “An injustice is telling them they are stars, Without acknowledging night that surrounds them. Injustice is telling them education is the […]

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