97. Inside Sara’s Educalme Classroom: How She Provides all Students with an Inclusive and Caring Learning Community
Observing and learning from other teachers is an awesome and often underused source of professional development! Learn how Sara Tham, grade 2 French Immersion Teacher has been using the Educalme Classroom social-emotional learning program to provide all students with an inclusive and caring learning community that promotes well-being, risk-taking, and growth. Sara shares so many awesome ideas in this episode that you’ll definitely take into your own classroom!
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why Sara decided to teach mindfulness in her grade 2 classroom.
- What her biggest hurdle was when she was just getting started with mindfulness and how she overcame it.
- How Sara uses the Educalme Classroom SEL and mindfulness program in her classroom.
- What her favourite Educalme Classroom units are and why.
- What differences Sara notices in her students from the beginning to the end of the school year with their emotions and their behaviours by practicing mindfulness daily using Educalme Classroom.
- How mindfulness and SEL has influenced her students’ ability to self-regulate.
- How Educalme Classroom has supported her as a teacher.
- How Sara’s teaching has changed since starting to use Educalme Classroom/integrating mindfulness into her classroom?
- What advice Sara has for teachers that are thinking of starting a mindfulness practice in their classroom.
Read this blog post to learn exactly how to teach mindfulness in the classroom for social-emotional learning.
We’ve created a social-emotional learning resource that makes teaching mindfulness in your classroom as easy as pressing play! It’s called Educalme Classroom and it’s a ready-to-use, daily, bilingual (English and French), social-emotional learning program made by teachers, for teachers.
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Let us know in the comments, how do you provide all students with an inclusive and caring learning community?