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.
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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.
There are four components to the Circle of Courage: belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity. Each of these areas provides important values, lessons, and concepts for students.
Lots of yoga poses are actually very simple, focusing on breathing and body awareness rather than flexibility or strength. Plus, kids enjoy them! Here are five basic poses to try with your students, including info on the specific benefits each provides.
Before any of that hard work in the classroom can pay off, there is one critically important prerequisite to consider—actually getting students to attend class. That’s why September has been designated National Attendance Awareness Month: to get the word out and help educators and parents make school a place that students want to be.
Making leadership a community-wide effort is key to building a positive school culture that supports every student. But, in order to successfully move toward this kind of leadership and professional development style, establishing a true culture of collaboration is one of the most important prerequisites.
What are we not talking enough about in the world of education? What do education buzzwords really mean? And how often are we actually asking teachers for their input on these topics?