As an administrator, principal, teacher, or counselor you set the tone for the culture on your school campus. But how do you help your teachers, staff, and students thrive in such a constantly changing environment? In our new ebook, Building An Emotionally Intelligent Culture on Your School Campus, we will help you begin to build a framework to guide your educators through building self-awareness, establishing a culture of Care, and creating a student-focused campus.
One problem many adults are currently seeing in the youngest generation is the lack of mental toughness. Some might say that mental toughness is actually becoming rare in our world today. It has been defined as “the ability to resist, manage and overcome doubts, worries, concerns, and circumstances that prevent you from succeeding, or excelling at a performance outcome that you set out to achieve.” While we all want this for our kids—we don’t see it as much as we want.
To help address this issue, we’ve curated months of research to create this eBook entitled Eight Strategies to Build Mentally Tough Kids.
One problem many educators are currently facing is the challenge of developing social and emotional learning skills in today's students, some of which are only meeting in a virtual classroom. As more attention is paid to ‘educating the whole child,’ SEL practices have been embedded in a growing number of classrooms across the country. Now that many educators are aware that these skills play a crucial role in developing well-equipped children, the challenge shifts to discovering how to effectively develop those skills in them.
To help address this issue, we’ve curated months of research to create this eBook entitled The Proven Method for Teaching Social-Emotional Learning. In essence, this resource was designed as a tool to help you practically teach Social-Emotional Learning.
One problem at many campuses across the country is educators have become one-dimensional in what we measure: academic performance. As a result of this singular focus, the anxiety levels of students are increasing while they are in school trying to achieve academic success and after graduation when they leave feeling unprepared for real life.
To help with this issue, we’ve curated months of research to create this eBook called The Case for Social & Emotional Learning. It was created to help you understand the research behind what Social & Emotional Learning is, why it is important, and how to practically develop those skills in the students at your school.
If you’re like most of our readers, you’re committed to preparing the emerging generation for real-life opportunities and challenges. But the truth is, you struggle with finding an effective way to instill the leadership and life skills that make this possible. That’s exactly why we created our new ebook, 7 Life Skills Students Needs to Succeed.
We must change the way we see this digital generation. In order to help adults shift their current perspective on today's teens and young adults, we’ve curated years of research into this eBook called Course Corrections: Two Narratives for Generation Z.
Additionally, this eBook is one of the chapters in Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak's new book - Generation Z Unfiltered. To learn more about this new book, you can visit GenerationZUnfiltered.com.
As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, schools are closed across the country leading to many parents and children having increased time at home together. So how can parents take advantage of this time with their kids? Is there an opportunity to engage kids in the home in meaningful ways? We think so and it is why we created Home Chats as a resource for parents to help open up those opportunities for purposeful family discussions.
In order to help adults understand the generation shaping events that have impacted today's teens and young adults, we’ve curated years of research into this eBook called Pandemics, Protests, and Panic Attacks: A History Defined By Tragedy.
Additionally, this eBook is one of the chapters in Tim Elmore's new book - The Pandemic Population. To learn more about this new book, you can visit PandemicPopulation.com.
CEO of Growing Leaders, Dr. Tim Elmore shares practical advice on leading the next generation. With special guests such as John C. Maxwell, Dan Pink and Carol Dweck, listeners will get a fresh perspective and tips on how to best connect with today’s young adults. Episodes include conversations on leadership, education, athletics, parenting, and more as we aim to equip you to lead the next generation.
According to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, researcher Dr. Michael Leahy found "that anxiety has increased so much that typical schoolchildren during the 1980's reported more anxiety than child psychiatric patients did during the 1950's." Research from Dr. Jean Twenge released in 2017 found that there has been a sharp rise in anxiety over the last five years. Today, the Center for Disease Control tells us that about one in five teens will experience an anxiety attack or some other mental health disorder.
To help address this issue, we’ve curated months of research to create this eBook entitled Stressed Out. In essence, we want to give adults practical ways to help teens overcome stress and anxiety.
If you as a leader are wondering why events aren’t enough to develop leadership skills in students—Dr. Tim Elmore answers this question directly by providing the secret behind successful leader development. Often times, schools and organizations initiate a strong, catalytic event to spark a change in students, but are disappointed when they see students losing the motivation to continue the leadership development process.
That's why we’ve put together a guide to give adults practical ways to develop student leaders in this eBook entitled The Secret Behind Successful Leader Development.
Ethics and morality have been controversial subjects for more than fifty years. Each year the latest technology introduces us to opportunities that spark expanding ethical “gray areas,” especially for the next generation. Now, research from the University of Notre Dame says, “approximately two in every three young adults, ages 18-24, no longer believe there is an absolute right and wrong.” The reality is that in today's world there is less black and white and instead many shades of gray.
To help address this challenge, we’ve created this free eBook. In essence, we want to give adults practical ways to help today's teens and young adults clearly define what ethics and values they want to live by.