The impact of Sesame Street spans fifty years and has taught children many valuable lessons when it comes to kindness, empathy, acceptance of new cultures and people, and the list goes on. What do all of these lessons have in common? In current education terminology, they would be considered important skills under the larger umbrella of social and emotional learning.
While the task of preventing suicide and promoting mental wellness can be daunting and overwhelming, there are ways to make sure that your students have access to the thing they need most—you and a support system that does not include social media.
Get to Know Our PLC: Read These 10 Exclusive Articles from the Edmentum Educator Network on Education Topics That Matter
Check out these blog posts to see all of the learning that is taking place in our PLC—and yes, we realize these topics are a little bit all over the place, but isn’t that every educator’s day-to-day reality?
It’s important to understand what anxiety looks like and to build classroom procedures that are supportive and effective for helping students who struggle with it, diagnosed or not. Let’s take a look at what anxiety can look like in your students and examine a few strategies to help.
Edmentum’s October Webinars: Exact Path for Higher Ed, Social Emotional Learning Best Practices, and More!
This month, we have webinars focusing on social emotional learning in the classroom, how to use exact path for higher education, a customer spotlight, and best practices for using Exact Path data. Take a look at all the new webinars that will deepen your knowledge as our Edmentum experts share their expertise.