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New SEL lesson helps students navigate difficult waters of back-to-school transition. As you head back to school, there is a lot of uncertainty. This past year has been anything but predictable. Both teachers and students have faced new challenges and grown in new ways. This new transition back to school can be difficult, as students […]

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New SEL lesson eases back-to-school transition for young students, addresses tough subjects Welcome back! We hope you had a wonderful summer. Have you been able to take some time to reflect, relax, and recover? As you head back to school, there is a lot of uncertainty. This past year has been anything but predictable. Both […]

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The last few months have been challenging. With summer in the rearview, you may be heading into uncertainty and stress. Today, QuaverEd Instructional Technology Coach Natasha Olivier shares how she plans to combat burnout and how you can do the same with your students. *** It’s officially August, and I am excited because this is […]

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As a new school year begins, anxiety is a common emotion among teachers and students. How can we combat these feelings of stress and worry? We’re excited to feature some tips from QuaverEd Curriculum Specialist Ashley Perry. Today, Ashley shows us how movement can establish a social and emotional connection with students and relieve stress. […]

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The last few months have been stressful and challenging. Summer is a great opportunity to recover from the spring and prepare for next year. Today, QuaverEd Instructional Technology Coach Natasha Olivier shares how she plans to rest and recover this summer. *** When I think of summer, I think of sandals. I think of the […]

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How can we show up for our students if we don’t show up for ourselves? One of the ways we can do this is through self-care. We’re excited to feature some self- care and mindfulness tips from QuaverSEL Curriculum Specialist and former second-grade teacher Megan Gardner. Today, Megan details some simple ways to practice self-care […]

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