To create an environment that’s fit for the future, we need to help children grow the internal leadership skills that will allow them to build that reality. Here’s how.
While educators & parents value social emotional development, how can schools actually incorporate these skills when their “plates are full” of requirements? Gathering at Lake George, New York, educational leaders and social emotional learning experts met to find solutions.
What would it take to bring emotional intelligence EVERYWHERE? Here’s an amazing step toward an EQ world.
Heading back to school, mixed with hope & fear. How can we help students (anyone) feel belonging and acceptance as they are — while also supporting them to keep growing?
How do we bridge the gap between childhood and the workforce? How can Higher Ed use EQ to improve outcomes? EQ.EDU Moving SEL into Higher Ed conference explores these topics.
How do schools become vibrant, joyful, inclusive communities? School leaders intentionally build them with teachers, students and family collaboration.
What does research show about using assessments to guide effective implementation of social emotional learning? Here are highlights from a new journal article.
Feeling stuck in your collaboration? Here are 8 tips for harnessing your emotions to create your ideal collaborative outcome.
After horrific events in the news, do you share your feelings w kids/students… or try to reassure by hiding your feelings? How can we talk with children about these difficult feelings?
For teens struggling with a brutal addiction to solvents, hope and healing seem far away. Traditional culture & the Medicine Wheel combine with emotional intelligence to support a path forward for the children, and their counselors.
As we conclude POP-UP Festivals, the largest EQ event in history, and catch our breath for a moment of reflection, we want to process what we’ve done and where we are going next.