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How to Deal with Challenging Behavior in a Supportive and Effective Way

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Are there times when children in your classroom exhibit behavior that interferes with their development and learning? One successful teaching strategy that’s been used to help guide students’ behavior is the Supportive Guidance Approach. Learn more about it here.

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Teaching Dignity and Respect

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December is National Human Rights Month. This is a good time to teach dignity and respect in your classroom. Here are some tips to help you.

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The Power of Mindfulness for Young Children

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What is mindfulness and why is is so important to teach in your classroom?

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Bully Prevention in the Classroom

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Although bullying is not new, today’s teachers have several tools that help children understand what bullying is, how to recognize it and how they can deal with it. 

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Incorporating Square Dancing Into Your PE Class

Square Dancing has been taught in elementary schools around the country for generations.  It’s easy to teach and has many benefits for everyone from children to adults.

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