Posts Tagged: SEL
Five resources to support teaching social skills like we teach academic content.
-by Tim Grivois-Shah, Ed.D., Director of Professional Learning and Community Engagement. FTeaching students to be well-regulated, good human beings is as important as content mastery. Here are five resources that might help educators integrating social skills instruction into their practice. Milwaukee Public School’s Social and Academic Instructional Group Curriculum Milwaukee Public Schools has develop a […]
When a school listens to the kids….and means it.
I’m grateful for the bravery of the teachers who sought their students’ candid feedback, listened to what their students said, and reflected on this conversation so powerfully. Building strong relationships with students means being vulnerable to our students and giving them a space to speak their truth. When a school listens to the kids—and means it—the likely result are systems, data, and practices that support all learners.