Student Success Through the Development of Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation Skills
“The Well-Being Project” provides students with a strong foundation for emotional health that focuses on the identification of emotions in oneself and others, and identifies and implements useful strategies for self-regulation and resiliency.
Keyword(s):emotional health, resiliency, self-regulation, stuart shanker, zones of regulation
Student Wellness – A Grade 3-5 Approach
This project focused on giving teachers strategies to help create calmer classrooms where students are more in control of their emotions and therefore more ready to learn. By focusing on student well-being, we will see changes in teacher well-being.
Keyword(s):mindfulness, primary/junior, student well being, teacher well-being, wellness
Addressing Student Anxiety Through In-School and Local Programming
Building our professional knowledge about anxiety disorders at the school age child level to develop and implement a school-based program to reduce and/or manage student anxiety using the FRIENDS for Life model incorporating other wellness tools.
Reach for the Stars (Part 2)
Social readiness is a key factor in promoting well-being in children and directly impacts their health in all areas and success in school. As educators in early years, we desire to promote healthy relationships and social thinking with our students.
Keyword(s):early years, emotional development, mental health, social thinking