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... importance of social-emotional development here at the Brookes Inclusion Lab—in 2016, we did a blog series on this vital topic, and we’re planning even more posts for this year. Our posts focus on a wide range of ages and grade levels, but one of the most critical time periods...
... strong social-emotional skills are the foundation of long-term success in school, at work, and in the community. With so much at stake, it’s critical to start addressing this key area of development in the early years, even before a child starts school. Educators, child care providers, and parents should...
Social-emotional development is one of the most important building blocks of a young child’s health and well-being: it forms a strong foundation for learning and helps children make friends, manage challenges, and resolve interpersonal problems. Your classroom routines—from greetings to art activities...
... to the social-emotional development of young children is critical, now more than ever. So today we’re bringing you some []...
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... children’s social-emotional development. As an early childhood educator, what can you do to help the children in your classroom initiate and maintain these critical social relationships? Today’s post has some simple, easy-to-implement tips, excerpted and adapted from Blended Practices for Teaching Young...
... about emotions is an important part of healthy social-emotional development. In today’s post, we’re sharing a few simple games and activities you can use to teach young children about emotions: how to recognize and name them, how to talk about them, and how to pick up on the feelings of...
Emotional regulation and empathy are two of the most important social-emotional skills for young children to develop. As authors Jennifer Grisham, Mary Louise Hemmeter, and Kristie Pretti-Frontczak point out, “children who manage their own emotions well and who respond appropriately to the emotions...
... children develop emotional regulation skills is a critical goal for every parent and teacher. When kids can skillfully manage their emotions and behavior in a variety of settings and situations, they’ll have a stronger foundation for both academic and social success. Today’s post gives you...
... Promoting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children has been helping early educators boost key social‐emotional skills in young learners. A framework of evidence-based practices, the Pyramid Model was created to help programs like yours strengthen the social-emotional development of all...
... Promoting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children helps early educators use research-based practices to boost early social-emotional development. If you’re just getting started with the Pyramid Model, or if you’re curious about this approach and have questions, today’s post is for you!...
... Promoting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children to boost social-emotional development using research-based practices. How can you get started with Pyramid Model strategies in your own classroom? The four webinars featured in today’s blog post can help. Part...
... professional development reading list before the new school year starts. Developed by expert authors, these books offer guidance, insight, and inspiration on critical topics like inclusion, UDL, social-emotional learning, dual language learners, []...
... of our Social-Emotional Development blog series.   Feelings are complicated, and sorrow is one of the most intense and individualized. Processing grief, expressing emotions, and learning to move forward when experiencing personal loss can seem like insurmountable tasks for anyone to tackle. Children...
... of our Social-Emotional Development blog series. Stay tuned for more posts in the series, and follow the blog so you don’t miss a thing!   Conflicts between classmates are a normal part of growing up—but left unchecked, peer problems can interrupt classtime, cause emotional stress, and...
... positive social-emotional development for the increasing number of multilingual students? Our authors have answers—and today’s post is a roundup of some of their most insightful quotes about teaching multilingual learners effectively. Keep these 10 guidelines in mind to improve outcomes for the culturally...
... their social-emotional development? What’s the best way to help kids self-regulate during the day—whether they need help with waking up, calming down, focusing, or soothing anxious feelings? Today we’re excited to welcome new Brookes author Marcia Lee Unnever, who has exciting...
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... healthy social-emotional development of multilingual students? Today’s post is a quick introduction to five books that every school team should have in their professional library. Filled with evidence-based teaching practices and wisdom from experts in bilingual education, these books will help you increase...
... of our Social-Emotional Development blog series. Stay tuned for more posts!   Teachers and school counselors: Here’s a great little addition to your anti-bullying resources. These free printable “student-to-student” anti-bullying cards, adapted from Recognize, Respond, Report by...
... of our Social-Emotional Development blog series. Stay tuned for more posts in the series, and follow the blog so you don’t miss a thing!   Addressing challenging behavior is a part of every teacher’s job–but when students engage in aggressive behaviors, educators can find themselves...
... of our Social-Emotional Development blog series. Stay tuned for many more posts!   Students are better off in class than they are in the principal’s office. No one would disagree with that statement, and yet office disciplinary referrals are still a common solution for resolving conflicts...
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