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Invite students to think about the power of storytelling, and make time for storytelling in your classroom.
These practices can help both young people and adults stay grounded when anxiety arises.
The year is coming to a close! Here are some activities & tips to consider for the final weeks of school.
Build classroom community by making a practice of sharing appreciations.
In this two-minute video, staff developer Iris Laurencio demonstrates a breathing technique that can help both young people and adults reduce stress on the spot.
Using a “power pose” can help young people and adults increase their confidence before anxiety-producing activities. Here's a step by step process to help students develop the practice.
Both teachers and parents may find these basic social and emotional learning (SEL) practices, from deep breathing to self-talk, helpful during this stressful time.