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9 Life Lessons From Prince For Social Workers - Social Worker Success

9 Life Lessons From Prince For Social Workers - Social Worker Success | School social work | Scoop.it
I’ve been a little obsessive this week. This is apparently how I mourn when one of my favorite musicians of all time dies: I listen to their music. On repeat. Nonstop. Four Year Old Daughter: Daddy, is that a Prince song…again?
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Solution-Focused Approach

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Dr. Ross Greene, Educating Kids Who Have Been Traumatized

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A Student With Autism Student Explains Autism

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This is a guest post from Rushton Hurley. Rushton is the founder of Next Vista for Learning and the author of Making Your Schoo
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What Are School Social Work's Grand Challenges? A SSWN Research, Training, and Practice Forum for 2017 - School Social Work Net

What Are School Social Work's Grand Challenges? A SSWN Research, Training, and Practice Forum for 2017 - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
This post will kick-off a regular series in our “Research That Matters” section here at SSWN, starting now through 2017.  Each post will address what we see as the “Grand Challenges” facing school social work today, drawing in part on the Grand Challenges framework initiated by social work researchers at the American Academy of Social …
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Evidence For Yoga And Mindfulness In Schools - School Social Work Net

Evidence For Yoga And Mindfulness In Schools - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
As we wind up this month with Advances in School Mental Health Promotion Journal , we turn to a topic that is very much in the news:  bringing Yoga and Mindfulness practices into schools, and applying these techniques to school mental health.  This week brings us three pieces dealing with different components of developing and implementing these …
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Check In Check Out (CICO) Video Tutorial and Data Tools - School Social Work Net

Check In Check Out (CICO) Video Tutorial and Data Tools - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
This Check In Check Out Video project was a vision that came from a discussion regarding the need for a tutorial video that was engaging to watch and provided school personnel with a practical framework for implementing school-based behavioral interventions. The video focuses on the highly effective behavior intervention Check In/Check Out (CICO) and describes …
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Breaking the Behavior Code | Child Mind Institute

Breaking the Behavior Code | Child Mind Institute | School social work | Scoop.it
Behavior code: how teachers can better understand, anticipate, and respond to reduce problem behavior and increase learning for everyone.
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Restorative Justice with 4th Graders - part 2 - School Social Work

5 1 6 1 So I’ve already talked about restorative justice and how it’s changing behavior management and discipline in schools. Now I will give an update on what I am working on with the fourth grade in the classroom. Let’s talk peace circles or, as we refer to them here, social circles. Social circles …
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Top 5 Websites for Behavioral Intervention and Data Collection Tools

Top 5 Websites for Behavioral Intervention and Data Collection Tools | School social work | Scoop.it
Best websites for evidence-based behavioral interventions and useful data collection tools to support your school social work practice.
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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create an Interactive Series of Videos

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What Should an Evaluation for Autism Look Like? | Child Mind Institute

From finding the right clinician to diagnostic tools and parent interviews, there are many steps to getting an accurate diagnosis.
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Breaking the Behavior Code | Child Mind Institute

How teachers can better understand, anticipate, and respond to disruptive students, to reduce problem behavior and increase learning for everyone.
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Dialectic Behavioral Therapy May Lead to Improvements in Children With Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy May Lead to Improvements in Children With Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder | School social work | Scoop.it
There are no established treatments for disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD), a disorder characterized by chronic irritabilit
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As Brains Mature, More Robust Information Networks Boost Self-Control

As Brains Mature, More Robust Information Networks Boost Self-Control | School social work | Scoop.it
Sometime between grade school and grad school, the brain's information highways get remapped in a way that dramatically reins in impulsive behavior.
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SuperFlex to the Rescue! - School Social Work Net

SuperFlex to the Rescue! - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
Describe your intervention. What type of student would benefit most from it? How do you use it? SuperFlex is one of many interventions by Michelle Garcia Winner and colleagues at Social Thinking. SuperFlex teaches social skills to students using the universal concept of heroes (SuperFlex himself) and villains (the “Team of Unthinkables”). Students pretend that …
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15 Ways To Teach Mindfulness To Kids Infographic - e-Learning Infographics

15 Ways To Teach Mindfulness To Kids Infographic - e-Learning Infographics | School social work | Scoop.it
Teaching our children to experience, question and value the world around them not only adds to their childhood, but helps to build insightful adults.
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Restorative Justice with 4th Graders - part 2 - School Social Work Net

Restorative Justice with 4th Graders - part 2 - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
So I’ve already talked about restorative justice and how it’s changing behavior management and discipline in schools. Now I will give an update on what I am working on with the fourth grade in the classroom. Let’s talk peace circles or, as we refer to them here, social circles. Social circles have started off with …
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Children's Books to Supplement Your Second Step Lessons - School Social Work Net

Children's Books to Supplement Your Second Step Lessons - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
1 7 I really enjoy using Second Step with my elementary students. The lessons are simple and the scenarios help my students grasp important SEL concepts. However, not all of my students get the concepts right away. Some need to revisit the concepts multiple times and in different ways. I have found the use of stories to be one of the …
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Free Article Of The Week: Getting EBP Right In Schools - School Social Work Net

Free Article Of The Week: Getting EBP Right In Schools - School Social Work Net | School social work | Scoop.it
Anxiety is a significant problem for youth, and routinely is in the top 5 of all the school-based clinical issues that I consult with school social workers to help them address.  One of the better-known evidence-based practice (EBP) programs to address anxiety in schools is the FRIENDS Program, developed by Dr. Paula Barrett.  This article …
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Restorative Practice Guide- Chicago Public Schools

Restorative Practice Guide- Chicago Public Schools | School social work | Scoop.it
This 102-page guide defines restorative practices (a positive alternative to punishment for misbehavior) and offers examples and tools that include empathetic listening, peer conferencing, and community building.
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It's a TON of work, so tell us about it! - School Social Work

6 1 3 According to the Illinois Association of School Social Workers (IASSW), school social workers have to wear many hats. We work with students to achieve maximum benefit from their educational opportunities. We assist parents with participating effectively in their children’s education. School social workers help their schools understand factors (cultural, societal, economic, familial, health, …
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Restorative Justice with 4th Graders - Part 1 - School Social Work

Restorative Justice with 4th Graders - Part 1 - School Social Work | School social work | Scoop.it
3 2 1 1 3 Really powerful change can come from the ground up in education. The emergence of restorative justice programs in schools across Illinois is, in part, a story of excellent grassroots organizing.
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9 Life Lessons From Prince For Social Workers - Social Worker Success

9 Life Lessons From Prince For Social Workers - Social Worker Success | School social work | Scoop.it
I’ve been a little obsessive this week. This is apparently how I mourn when one of my favorite musicians of all time dies: I listen to their music. On repeat. Nonstop. Four Year Old Daughter: Daddy, is that a Prince song…again?
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