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Experiential Social-Emotional Learning News

What's Your Squawking Rubber Chicken?

What's Your Squawking Rubber Chicken?

We all have things in our lives that are our squawking rubber chickens. Sometimes our chicken reflect more common issues like being late or getting ready for a presentation, or meeting someone new. Other times the chickens are more significant, like an illness, family separation, or being left out. The first step towards self-awareness, and then possibly self-management, is figuring out - what are our squawking rubber chickens?

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Incorporating Experiential Education into Social-Emotional Learning

Incorporating Experiential Education into Social-Emotional Learning Experiential Education. Bringing John Dewey and Kurt Han's ideas regarding experiential education into modern social-emotional learning practices based on the Collaborative for Social Emotional Learning's (CASEL's) framework.

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Welcome Back Games

Welcome Back Games

  Tomorrow I head back to my schools after a wonderful winter break with my family. As much as my kids say they wish winter break can continue, I can hear and see through many clues that they are excited to return to the consistencies of school. Perhaps the idea they are most excited about is re-connecting with their classmates, friends and, yes, even their teachers. As a school counsellor, I know that this social excitement does not exist with every student. Many students are anxious about having to return to school. Perhaps their anxieties are related to leaving the comfort of their...

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