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The Great Need for Social & Emotional Learning

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Emotional intelligence in students has become a front and center issue for so many educators across America. Any student struggling with anxiety or depression will benefit from what educators now describe as: Social Emotional Learning or S.E.L. This topic is taking the K-12 educational world by storm, as a growing number of…

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Building Relationship Skills in a Texting Generation

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn On Saturday, I spoke at a parent event hosted by Northridge Church in Plymouth, Michigan. I experienced amazing hosts and 550 receptive parents all day long. During the day, I was asked great questions by moms and dads that I plan to blog about this week. The question below came…

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Self-Destructive Leaders

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn There is one phenomenon occurring repeatedly in contemporary culture. We’ll call it self-destructive leaders. People who hold weighty positions of authority, who got there because they were brilliant or experienced — but later destroy themselves. In fact, we’ve all uttered the question at some point: How could such a smart person…

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