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3 Ways the Arts will Help with Back to School

3 Ways the Arts will Help with Back to School

3 WAYS THE ARTS WILL HELP WITH BACK TO SCHOOL The ARTs will be necessary for helping to transition our students back to school.  No matter if we are teaching face-to-face or remotely, the arts can build community, help with students’ SEL, and deepen their...

SEL Framework for Arts Integration

SEL Framework for Arts Integration

This SEL framework for arts integration will help you integrate the arts with SEL.  You will reach your SEL goals AND integrate the arts.  Win. Win. But it’s actually not only about the integration... SEAL is WAY more than that. It is an entire framework that empowers...

The 3 Cs to What Makes a Good Teacher

The 3 Cs to What Makes a Good Teacher

What makes a good teacher….There was a time when I thought being a teacher was all about the content you teach.  That couldn't be further from the truth! Teaching is a tough job, but it can be even more tough if you think it's all about your content.  What makes a...

3 Ways to Integrate the Arts with SEL

3 Ways to Integrate the Arts with SEL

Are you ready to integrate the arts with SEL?  The arts are the best way for students to learn, practice and develop their social-emotional skills.  Why?  Because the arts provide amazing experiences that allow them to build self-awareness, empathy, patience, and...

Arts Integration VS Arts Education

Arts Integration VS Arts Education

Arts Integration VS Arts Education?  Is this a battle?  I don't think so! Many arts educators are concerned that if their school or district starts to implement arts integration, arts education is going to disappear.  Now way!  Not gonna happen. Let me tell you why....

Remote Teaching

10 Tips for Teaching Remotely

10 Tips for Teaching Remotely

You can excel at teaching remotely with these 10 tips. Here are 10 Tips for Teaching Remotely. These tips focus on good teaching strategies that you already have and can transfer to what you are doing now with remote teaching and distance learning. Let's connect and...

Teaching Remotely from Home

Teaching Remotely from Home

This workshop is geared to teachers who are transitioning to teaching remotely from home.  Learn some tips about mindset, how to keep connections with your students, and where you can get FREE resources for your students and yourself! And you can even earn PD for this...

Addressing Student Anxiety while Teaching Remotely

Addressing Student Anxiety while Teaching Remotely

While we may be teaching remotely in the next few weeks due to the Coronavirus, it will still be important to sooth our students' anxiety - maybe even more important!  As we transition to remote teaching and learning, connecting with and assisting our students will be...

Teach SEAL

3 Important things to Remember as You Teach from Home

3 Important things to Remember as You Teach from Home

If you are like me, you’ve been teaching remotely now for about 3 or more weeks and, to be honest, there are many more weeks ahead.  Remote teaching is now a reality for so many of us now.  You’ve probably been swamped with resources and expectations, but hopefully...

Meaningful Teacher Reflection

Meaningful Teacher Reflection

Reflection - it's part of becoming a better educator.   And I'm sure you have been expected to reflect on your teaching practices at one time or another. Chances are, you do it already as you create new goals, prepare for observations or look forward to evaluations....

5 Reasons You MUST Attend the SEAL Retreat

5 Reasons You MUST Attend the SEAL Retreat

If you've attended a SEAL Retreat in the past, you already know how much you need to be there again this year. However, if you have never been, this is the year! Need some convincing?  Ok... Here are 5 reasons you absolutely MUST attend the SEAL Retreat! (And if you...

When Your Student’s Parent Is Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol

When Your Student’s Parent Is Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol

By: Dr. Sarah Toler First, a note from Elizabeth:  Today we are touching on a tough subject - students who have parents that are addicted to drugs or alcohol.  The sad part is that we need to start having these conversations.  The good part is that we can be part of...

3 Ways to Create a Safe Community for Learning

3 Ways to Create a Safe Community for Learning

Let me READ this article to you! Just click play! Taking the time to build a sense of community in your classroom is paramount to your students' success.  Why?  <<<Spoiler Alert>>> It helps with everything!  All year! When students feel like they are...

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