Work days are busy and don't leave much time for professional development! But, taking a few minutes to re-charge and learn from others can give new energy and perspective to our work.
Take a few minutes to watch a short video of strategies that support youth mental health, emotions, and behaviors. We link to different videos throughout the year. We are currently highlighting a series of videos by Edutopia
Is there a video topic you would like to see?
Do you have a short video to share?
Email your ideas or video links to firstname.lastname@example.org
CONNECTIONS & BELONGING
Making Connections with Meetings at the Door
Making Sure Each Child Is Known
Cultivating Trust with One-On-One Time
Check In/ Check Out Buddies
*Providing a Daily Support System for Students
Every Child Needs a Champion
*Helping Students Manage Emotions
Meditation Helps Lower Truancy and Suspension
*Neighborhoods with Gun Violence
*Helping Students with Autism Focus and Learn
*Creating Safe Space for Reflection
Activating the Brain with Movement Breaks
*Toxic Stress/ Trauma
*Creating a Safe Environment for Students to Reflect
Restorative Approach to Discipline
Dialogue Circles to Support Classroom Management
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
5 Keys to Social Emotional Learning Success
*Social and Emotional Learning Overview
Pom Pom Jar
*How Do You Teach Kindness?
See also: Teaching Kindness & Empathy
*SEL- Problem Solving & Self Regulation
Habits, Community & Culture
*Adding SEL classes; Telling a child- "I see you."
Tap In/ Tap Out Strategy