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ASCD Summer Reading List Identifies 10 Books That Can Transform Teaching and Learning | eSchool News

Alexandria, VA (04/25/2013)—In the spirit of promoting year-round professional development, ASCD has assembled a diverse list of books essential to educators


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Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: So Similar

Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: So Similar | Expanded Learning | Scoop.it
This is part eight of the nine-part series from the Project Happiness curriculum. We are looking at important factors that influence the happiness and social and emotional learning of elementary scho

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Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Empathy

Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Empathy | Expanded Learning | Scoop.it
This is part seven of the nine-part series from the Project Happiness curriculum. We are looking at important factors that influence the happiness and social and emotional learning of elementary scho

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Iain Jackson's curator insight, May 2, 2013 7:03 AM

Research both SEL and SWPBS to see if there are strategies that you already use in your classroom or school, then look for new strategies that might complement the one you already use.

 

Make a list of the changes you and your school would have to make to implement a SWPBS approach, keep in mind that it is a school wide practice and may take 2 to 4 years to implement.

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"Savvy schools will know that Common Core standards are guidelines" not "straight jackets"

"Savvy schools will know that Common Core standards are guidelines" not "straight jackets" | Expanded Learning | Scoop.it
If Common Core Standards become our straight jacket, we'll hate what education becomes #ccchat http://t.co/owEekkipyz via @coolcatteacher

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