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Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Disagree
Students
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Disagree
Everyone experiences disagreements and conflict. How can we deescalate? Student 2 Student (S2S) Mini Lessons are peer-to-peer, student-led facilitations. Each mini lesson is about 20 minutes and contains a variety of engaging questions and...
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Fail
Students
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Fail
Everyone fails; we all make mistakes. How can we move on? Student 2 Student (S2S) Mini Lessons are peer-to-peer, student-led facilitations. Each mini lesson is about 20 minutes and contains a variety of engaging questions and activities to...
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Get the Party Started
Students
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Get the Party Started
It can be awkward to introduce yourself or talk to someone you don't know. How can we get started? Student 2 Student (S2S) Mini Lessons are peer-to-peer, student-led facilitations. Each mini lesson is about 20 minutes and contains a variety of...
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Keep Your Cool
Students
Peer-to-Peer Mini Lesson: How to Keep Your Cool
Your blood pressure rises. Your palms get sweaty. What do you do now? Student 2 Student (S2S) Mini Lessons are peer-to-peer, student-led facilitations. Each mini lesson is about 20 minutes and contains a variety of engaging questions and...
Social Emotional Learning and the Military Child
Professional Development
Social Emotional Learning and the Military Child

The focus on social-emotional learning (SEL) in our schools is no longer new. Our intent is not to teach you, as professionals, everything there is to know about SEL. Instead, our goal in this course is to focus on how you, as a caring...

Supporting Veterans Children Through Transitions
Professional Development
Supporting Veterans Children Through Transitions

When a service member leaves active duty service, the family leaves too.


This course on Supporting Veterans’ Children Through Transitions™ enables youth-serving educators, professionals, and parents to support the unique transitional issues...

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