Welcome to day ten of the 2021 #AppventCalendar where today we share the fabulous @Persona_Edu – a superb solution to support wellbeing

Welcome to Day Ten of the 2021 Appvent Calendar! I’ve been bowled over by the quality and diversity of the entries on the calendar so […]

Five Tools to Cultivate Calm

Feeling down and want to boost your positive emotions? Or maybe you want to cheer up a colleague or a student who may be feeling […]

Why Social-Emotional Learning is Highlighted in Education?

Social-emotional learning (SEL) becomes a buzz phrase in recent years because of its amazing benefits to learners. This article will give you basic knowledge about […]

Three Easy Ways to Incorporate SEL This School Year

As we go back to school this year, it is more important than ever to incorporate social-emotional learning (SEL) into our classrooms. As we know, […]

Use Chrome Extensions to Take Brain Breaks

Brain breaks are an important part of learning, and the Chrome browser can help with that. Brain breaks are small mental breaks designed to help […]

Social-Emotional Learning at the End of the Year | Podcast Ep. 84

This week, TCEA’s Dr. Bruce Ellis talks about different ways to provide inspiration and maintain positive relationships with students at the end of a challenging […]

Social-Emotional Learning and Gratitude | Podcast Ep. 80

This week, TCEA’s own Diana Benner discusses emotional health, gratitude, and ways students and educators alike can practice behaviors that improve our outlook. Video: Want to […]

Five Quick Ways to Integrate Social-Emotional Learning

Integrating social-emotional learning (SEL) on a daily basis is important to all students. By taking time each day to integrate SEL, you will help develop your […]

Social Emotional Learning Activity Templates for Google Jamboard

Have you been looking for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) activities to make a part of your regular classroom routine? If so, I can’t think […]

Gratitude Activities for Your Classroom

Gratitude is defined as the feeling or expression of thankfulness and appreciation toward yourself, others, people, places, or things. In the US, Thanksgiving is the […]

Meaningful Student Connections During Remote Learning

Just as important as it is to connect with families during remote learning, it is equally as important to develop connections with students. Students might […]

Bring SEL Practices to Your Remote Classroom

In times of uncertainty like we are experiencing now, it is important to bring social and emotional (SEL) practices to your remote classroom. Some students […]

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