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Can Educators Enhance the Benefits of the SEL Program MindUp by First Creating a Community of Care Within the Classroom?
Central to the success of any newly implemented program is the educator’s ‘buy-in;’ his or her belief that the program is practical to their overall learning outcomes and that it can produce optimal results for the time ...
Supporting Self-Regulation Through Mindfulness In The Educational Setting
The practice of mindfulness as a means of addressing self-regulation in school aged children and adolescents is becoming increasingly popular. Investigative research has shown that self-regulation through mindful awareness ...
What is Necessary to Effectively Teach Self-Regulation to Students? Defining the Importance for Student Self-Regulation
Students are currently experiencing a higher number of difficulties at school than in previous years. Teachers are dealing with a multitude of different behaviours and emotional issues in classrooms. Behaviour management ...
Building Resilience: Affective Disorders in Adolescent Students
Affective disorders, such as anxiety and depression, are present and rising in adolescent students throughout North America. As students are developing these ailments of mental health, schools are being placed in a position ...
Resiliency Among Children Who Are Victims of Child Sexualized Abuse and What Schools Can Do to Help
Childhood sexualized abuse (CSA) has been shown to be related to numerous psychological and behavioral difficulties. Anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder are some struggles that victims experience as a ...