Schools are investing in social-emotional learning initiatives with students, but here are five ways to engage parents in that process too.
Parents may not always recognize the term social-emotional learning, but educators can connect with them to help students develop important life skills around relationships, decision-making, and self-awareness.
Making time for creativity to blossom means new ideas, pivots and disruptions are within an entrepreneur’s grasp.
Skills for settling differences–and handling the feelings around conflict–in the classroom are essential to create healthy learning environments for students.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, this CEO shares the strategies she’s learned from other women to create a successful business and be a present parent.
Students must feel safe to reach their potential. Use these SEL techniques to create that type of school environment for a diverse range of students.
It’s tempting to veg out in front of the television or be distracted by screens, but entrepreneurs need to make wise night decisions to stay sharp for business.
These social-emotional learning strategies can make a difference in classrooms and schools and provide students and teachers with support.
The founder of Move This World realized that videos and technology allowed her to share her social-emotional learning products and strategies with more schools and students.
Dance class requires participants to be present, accept feedback, be supportive and give their all. There’s a lot here that translates to the startup world.