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Educator SEL Self-Care Behaviors During Distance Education
Educator SEL Self-Care Behaviors During Distance Education

In this resource from Start With the Heart author Michelle Trujillo, you'll discover critical behaviors for self-care to do during distance education, in order to effectively care for ourselves and others.

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Introduction to Teaching, Learning, and Trauma
Introduction to Teaching, Learning, and Trauma

Read the introduction to Teaching, Learning, and Trauma, Grades 6-12, where the authors discuss the need for this book, define what ACEs are, and discuss the impact of ACEs on students and their education.

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Chapter 3: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself
Chapter 3: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

In this free excerpt from Teaching, Learning, and Trauma, Grades 6-12, the authors discuss the importance of self-care for teachers and students alike, and provides strategies and tips for maintaining your own mental health so that you can better support students. 

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Strategies for Sustaining Your Well-Being: How Long Are We Supposed to Do This?
Strategies for Sustaining Your Well-Being: How Long Are We Supposed to Do This?

"Week five, and maybe you feel a little more confident. And in the same nano-second of time that you feel like you are just arriving at “I got this,” there is another feeling snuggling right up to your new-found confidence. It feels something like dread. How am I going to do this until the end of the school year? Is this really sustainable?" Read the full blog by author Beth Kelley on Corwin Connect.

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COVID-19 and The Art of Holding Steady in Turbulent Times
COVID-19 and The Art of Holding Steady in Turbulent Times

"As an educator you have a unique opportunity to role model for your students how to stay calm during uncertain times. The first step is to know how to do that for yourself before you can do it for your children, spouse, family, and students." Read the full blog from author Beth Kelley on Corwin Connect.

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Lonely Girls: How the Pandemic Has Deepened the Isolation of Adolescents
Lonely Girls: How the Pandemic Has Deepened the Isolation of Adolescents

In this article from The Wall Street Journal, Girls Without Limits author Lisa Hinkelman offers her comments on the social and emotional effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent girls. 

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[Video] SEL Self-Monitoring Tool
[Video] SEL Self-Monitoring Tool

In this video, Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan and John E. Hannigan walk you through their unique tool for Self Monitoring, found in their new book, SEL From a Distance.

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Podcast: SEL From a Distance: Tools/Resources for Anytime
Podcast: SEL From a Distance: Tools/Resources for Anytime

Featured on the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning podcast, Episode #91. Jessica and John Hannigan, authors of SEL From a Distance, discuss how the switch to distance learning combined with recent instances of racial injustice has put a spotlight on the cracks in the practice of social and emotional learning (SEL).

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5 Stats that Will Change the Way You Teach Girls 
5 Stats that Will Change the Way You Teach Girls 

"Girls’ lives are hard and, let’s face it, adults don’t really understand what girls are going through.  Sure, we might know what it’s like to be a teenager, to struggle with academic or family issues, or to deal with complicated friendships or relationships. But we don’t know what it is like to be a girl today—trying to figure herself out, getting ridiculed and judged on social media, constantly comparing herself to others, never quite feeling good enough, and so afraid to fail that she is plagued with stress and anxiety on a daily basis." Read the full post on Corwin Connect.

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Chapter 6: Balancing Brain and Body
Chapter 6: Balancing Brain and Body

In Chapter 6, the author discusses and provides examples of how to balance the needs of brain and body.

 

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What Makes Educators and Schools Successful
What Makes Educators and Schools Successful

This chart compares traits of surviving and thriving modes of individuals. 

 

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[Podcast] Leaders Coaching Leaders: The Imperative of SEL
[Podcast] Leaders Coaching Leaders: The Imperative of SEL

Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan and John Hannigan, authors of SEL From a Distance, speak from their own experience about how important social-emotional learning (SEL) is for students, teachers, and school leaders. SEL is not something that comes to any of us naturally; the skills to take care of ourselves must be taught explicitly. The authors share how to do that from a distance (i.e. online in virtual teaching), as well as in person. 

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