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If your middle or high school student loses perspective on relative importance of work or you want them to go deeper in their understanding Teach It! 1)Objective: Students will engage in daily reflection to solidify the day's learning, address unresolved pro... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory

If your elementary school student is anxious, stressed or struggles with prioritizing How to Apply It! 1) Daily reflection is an effective way for students to solidify the day's learning, build awareness of their interests and motivations, and address unreso... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning Elementary School Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory

If your child resists trying new things or tries but doesn't continue How to Apply It! 1) Parents need to be patient and offer daily reminders to help children develop new habits and routines. 2) Parents often believe that a child is not listening or tryi... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^Extra-curricular/At-Home All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

If your students will be strengthening their self-regulation skills and you want to use a formal assessment tool How to Apply It! 1) The MSLQ (Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire) is an evidence-based, self-reported student questionnaire that a... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning Middle/High School Strategy

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Self-regulation

If your student struggles to understand or accept differing viewpoints or approaches How to Apply It! 1) Help students look at issues and solve problems from multiple perspectives, especially if they struggle with flexible thinking, ambiguity or have a thirs... View More

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^21st Century Skills Social-Emotional Learning Elementary School Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

All students, particularly those who are easily discouraged How to Apply It! 1) Seeing mistakes as a natural part of the learning process is crucial to students' growth. 1) Discuss it. Provide students with basic growth mindset background: Our brains gr... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

All students How to Apply It! 1) Teachers and parents play a key role in fostering growth mindset by using clear and consistent language that is supportive of mistakes and focuses on effort over outcomes. 1) What Do You Think? Before offering your feedback... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

If your students struggled to work well together on a group project How to Apply It! 1) Have students reflect on group projects to improve self-awareness and collaboration skills. 1) After a group project, provide students with the opportunity to individual... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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