Our Philosophy: Teaching Social Emotional Learning
PRENATAL / EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT:
Quality prenatal care during pregnancy and quality, nurturing connection during the first three years of life are critical to childrenʼs brain development and to Social and Emotional Intelligence.
CRITICAL TO SUCCESS:
The development of Social and Emotional Intelligence is critical for success in academics, jobs, and relationships.
THE POWER LIES IN THE TEACHER / PARENT:
The most powerful way to build childrenʼs Social and Emotional Intelligence is by teachers and parents modeling it.
IT STARTS WITH QUALITY CONNECTION:
Quality connection between a teacher and student and between a parent and child is how Social and Emotional Intelligence is developed.
Social and Emotional Learning is the foundation of academic learning.
MANAGING THE BRAIN:
Teaching students how to manage the lower levels of their brains ( brain stem = safety, limbic system= emotions, motivation) directly impacts their abilities to use the highest level of their brain (cortex=thinking, analyzing, reflecting)
FOCUSING IS A LEARNED SKILL:
The ability to focus is the most critical skill for all students to master. In order to focus, a student must be able to manage their emotions, control their impulses, delay gratification, calm their brain and bodies, and balance their nervous systems.
JUST LIKE READING, WRITING & MATH:
Social and Emotional Learning skills require the same dedication, commitment, and time as reading, writing, and math. The brain is wired and develops new skills through daily, consistent, and focused practice and attention.
EVERY CHILD IS GIFTED:
Every child is gifted, maybe not in the traditional sense of IQ testing, which emphasizes reading, writing, math, and thinking skills, but in a broader and more comprehensive view of intelligence and giftedness.
PARENTS & TEACHERS LEAD:
The main job of teachers and parents is bring forth and foster the intelligences, talents, strengths, and “gifts” that lie within a child. (The word, educate, comes from the Latin word, ducere, meaning to draw or lead. The prefix “e” means “out of.” So teachers or parents provide support, guidance, and encouragement that helps to draw out the intelligences, talents, strengths, or gifts that lie within the student or child).
Revia treating alcoholism addiction in adults, as part of a complete treatment program. Additionally it may also be used to solve some other conditions as determined by your doctor. There were just few examples. Nowadays many patients search for the exact keyword Viagra review on Google. Usually men who drink excessively like marijuana discover it tight to get an erection and turn to erectile disfunction drugs. So it’s momentous to learn about the matter. A spread sexual appeal among men is the erectile malfunction. Generally, having unpleasantness getting an erection can be embarrassing. There are variant things that can bring about erectile dysfunction.