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Teaching the Whole Child (in a Fragmented World)
5 Social-Emotional Strategies for Teenagers
Developing Social-Emotional Skills Through Literature
Expressing Emotions Through Movement
Connect movement to emotion.
Learning to Say No
Help students learn refusal skills.
Checking the Emotion Thermometer
Help students express intensity of emotion.
Expressing Emotions Through Drawing
Help students draw their feelings.
Calming Down with Deep Pressure
Teach deep pressure to calm students.
Using Positive Self-Talk
Replace negative with positive self-talk.
Setting and Reaching Goals
Help students set and reach academic goals.
Doing Random Acts of Kindness
Help students be kind to each other.
Using Progressive Relaxation
Use progressive relaxation to calm students.
Using 5-5-5 Breathing to Calm Down
Teach 5-5-5 breathing to calm students.
Understanding the Parts of the Brain
Teach brain parts and functions.
Seeing Emotions in Body Language
Create mindfulness of body language.
Seeing Emotion in Facial Expressions
Create mindfulness of facial expressions.