Category Archives: SEL

Follow Me

Renay is in the ParaEducate office tinkering away on her final presentation for her student teaching assignments and so that left our weekly blog a little underdeveloped. But as Social-Emotional Learning connections go, this one came to our attention this … Continue reading

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Little Talks

Renay has been working with teachers, service providers, and parents across the country and consulting about distance learning. She will be the first to tell you that she is hardly an expert about distance learning. While this seems to be … Continue reading

Posted in 8 hours, Adminstrators, Begining of the Year, Campus, Classroom, Disabilities, Distance Learning, General Education Students, General Education Teachers, Guardians, ParaEducate, paraeducators, parents, Professionalism, Reframing, Resources, SEL, Students, Support Services | Comments Off on Little Talks

Learning Modifications At A Distance

Renay is on Week 4 of 8 for modifying and staying on routine to reach out to students at a variety of levels and keep them going through distance learning until the academic year ends. Like many of you, Renay … Continue reading

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Not the Summer We Had Planned

We want to say first of all, it was not a bad summer on our part. It was just the type of summer that got away from us. We are in progress to publish. We suspect that we will announce … Continue reading

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