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If your students will see all or part of their Mindprint Profile What to Share 1) How and to what extent you share the Learner Profile with your students will be dependent on age, maturity level, and other social-emotional considerations. Given how empowerin... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Self-regulation

If your student has a Mindprint profile and you want to strengthen self-awareness Teacher Prep: Strengths, Needs & Self-Awareness 1) Self-awareness is considered to be the most important skill you can teach students for both academic and lifetime success. ... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

All students, particularly those who are prone to impulsive behavior or repeatedly make the same mistakes How to Apply It! 1) While you never want to unnecessarily dwell on past mistakes, students need to understand and be able to connect how their actions... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation

All students, particularly those who don't ask for feedback or help How to Apply It! 1) Balance constructive feedback with positive feedback to encourage a healthy mindset and student's self-confidence. 1) Feedback is different from criticism. Feedback i... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

If your students need to strengthen collaboration skills How to Apply It! 1) Teach students how to use their strengths and needs in group work to become better collaborators. 1) When students appreciate their own strengths and needs, they have a much bett... View More

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

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Social Awareness

If your student is unmotivated or primarily motivated by grades or other external performance metrics How to Apply It! Help students discover their intrinsic motivations, or what they truly enjoy and care about, as life achievement and satisfaction is genera... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^Music, Art and Makerspaces All Ages Strategy

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Self-regulation

If your student is consistently strong across subjects How to Apply It! 1) Sometimes the strongest students struggle the most to prioritize and identify what they truly enjoy because they seem to be able to do well in many subjects and activities. 1) First,... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning High School & Up Strategy

If your student is very anxious or uncomfortable with transitions and change Teach It! 1)Objective: Students, especially those who have difficulty with change, will respond better in a more predictable, consistent environment. 2)Alert to Transitions: Provi... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning K-8 Strategy

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Anxiety Flexible Thinking Self-regulation
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