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Social and Emotional Learning

The Impact of Social and Emotional Learning on Key Student Outcomes |  Edmentum Blog
In our classroom, we follow the guiding principals of Responsive ClassroomImage result for responsive classroom image
These core principals are as follows:
  • Teaching social and emotional skills is as important as teaching academic content.
  • How we teach is as important as what we teach.
  • Great cognitive growth occurs through social interaction.
  • How we work together as adults to cre­ate a safe, joyful, and inclusive school environment is as important as our individual contribution or competence.
  • What we know and believe about our students—individually, culturally, developmentally—informs our expec­tations, reactions, and attitudes about those students.
  • Partnering with families—knowing them and valuing their contributions—is as important as knowing the children we teach.
We utilize the following practices to teach skills
  • Establishing Rules
  • Morning Meeting
  • Interactive Modeling
  • Teacher Language 
  • Logical Consequences
You can learn more about these practices by visiting the Responsive Classroom webpage

Emotional ABCs: America's Most Awarded SEL Program
We also use the program: Emotional ABC's to explicitly teach emotions, feelings, body language, and coping skills.  You can learn more about this program by viewing this short video.
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Address: 1211 Mill Street | Fabius, NY 13063
Phone: (315)683-5301