Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a time dedicated to reflecting on the history and contributions of Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) backgrounds. […]

Simulation Activities That Shape Healthy Adults | Podcast Ep. 85

Dr. Susan Rivers, Executive Director and Chief Scientist of iThrive Games Foundation, talks to the club about the power of simulation activities to help build […]

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 […]

Expanding Social and Emotional Development: Why Now?

By Lane Jabaay Editor’s Note: This is part one in a series about how solutions from Applied Educational Neuroscience are necessary to improve our approach […]

So, What Do We Do Now?

By Tamara Fyke “What do we do now?” This is THE question on the minds and hearts of educators and administrators trying to determine next […]

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 […]

Remote Counseling During COVID-19

There is no mistaking that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on nearly every aspect of our lives. From changes in our workplaces […]

Reach Out and Uplift Students with Check-Ins!

Part of the December 2020 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! A student check-in in a physical classroom takes place daily usually before the student walks in […]

Social and Emotional Learning Resources and Tools to Uplift Students

Part of the December 2020 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! More than ever we need to focus on student wellness. We can encourage students to reflect […]

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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