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School social work

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Conversation map from Jill Kuzma's Social/Emotional Sharing site at http://jillkuzma.wordpress.com  awesome way to help students understand how to structure a conversation :)

I’m currently researching how to teach (my oldest) the art of conversation. She’s been given the gift of gab. And although I know we can use her ‘power’ for good, it someti…

Teachers, school counselors, and school social workers can use this lap board as part of their classroom management and/or social-emotional curriculum or as an individual intervention for students who need additional support with self-regulation.   Can act as a stand alone "Calming Corner" or supplement your already existing classroom and/or office Take A Break, Peace Corner, Zen Zone and Calm Down Station.  Great as a Check-In and Check-Out resource, too.

Teachers, school counselors, and school social workers can use this lap board as part of their classroom management and/or social-emotional curriculum or as an individual intervention for students who need additional support with self-regulation. Can act as a stand alone "Calming Corner" or supplement your already existing classroom and/or office Take A Break, Peace Corner, Zen Zone and Calm Down Station. Great as a Check-In and Check-Out resource, too.

Teachers, School Counselors & Parents! This free Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Growth Mindset Poster reminds us of pro-active steps to take when we make a mistake. Use this in your counseling office, classroom, or at home.

Teachers, School Counselors & Parents! This free Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Growth Mindset Poster reminds us of pro-active steps to take when we make a mistake. Use this in your counseling office, classroom, or at home.

Anger Do's and Don't Worksheets

Although anger is experienced by us all, some forms to deal with it are acceptable and some are not. This activity gives the students words like close your eyes and count, destroy things, threaten and chill out. Put them in the do and don't columns. Will they take the hint that their behaviour is not appropriate? Google link for free.