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Four Ways to Practice Emotional Intelligence During the Holidays

Almost every one of us will spend time with family or friends over the holiday season. We “push pause” on our busy lives and spend time with others with no agenda except exchanging gifts and consuming food. Well, except for millions of families. I have noticed when families gather during the holidays and aren’t busy…

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The Rules We Create When We Lack Emotional Intelligence

Consider the strange new “rules” our society has created over the last two decades when it comes to managing kids. First, we decided to not keep score at games. We felt losing would become too traumatic for them to handle. Then, it was kids getting to swing at the ball as many times as they…

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Why the Government is Investing in Social and Emotional Learning

I recently read a report that congress passed legislation this summer for landmark spending on social and emotional learning for American students. It represents $260 million in what congress calls the Whole Child Initiative. This means our federal government believes it needs to spend money on kids beyond the education of reading, writing and arithmetic…

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Thank You – Social Emotional Learning Curriculum (Less than 30)

College Middle / High School Athletics Nonprofit International Business Church / Ministries Request More Info Thank You Thank you for requesting more information on how to use Habitudes for Social & Emotional Learning! You will be receiving an email from one of our team members soon. We are honored at the opportunity to partner with you in…

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The Role of Social Emotional Learning in Overcoming Anxiety

Some who read this post know my story. Both of my kids are now fully-functioning adults, but each has had their wrestling match with anxiety and depression while they were in school. It impacted our entire family. Bethany was a fun-loving teen whose favorite pastime was laughter and whose favorite word was “chill.” At 18,…

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Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum for Middle & High Schools

College Middle / High School Athletics Nonprofit Business Church / Ministries Request More Info Habitudes Curriculum for Social and Emotional Learning As part of the Habitudes program, we’ve created a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum that will resonate with high school and middle school students. Request More Info Helping Middle and High School Students Learn…

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Thank You – Social Emotional Learning Curriculum

College Middle / High School Athletics Nonprofit Business Church / Ministries Request More Info Thank You Thank you for requesting more information on how to use Habitudes for Social & Emotional Learning! You will be receiving an email from one of our team members soon. If you would like to go ahead and schedule time on…

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One Act That Improves Kids’ Emotional Health

This year, both parents and educators can do something about their students’ wellbeing and future success. The suggestion may sound so simple, we can miss it. After surveys in a variety of countries, however, one act (on the part of an adult) can move the needle for our kids’ emotional health. Are you ready for…

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Can We Develop Students Through Artificial Intelligence?

Perhaps you heard the announcement. The president and CEO of Toshiba, Satoshi Tsunakawa, warned recently that the 142-year-old Japanese electronics giant may fold soon. They’re finding it hard to keep the company afloat. Let me remind you of why this is such incredible news. For decades, Toshiba was at the forefront of the tech revolution.…

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