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7 Practices to Help Staff and Students Identify & Talk About Emotions

Grade Level Grades 5-12, Higher Education
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Schools are currently facing an urgent need to integrate emotional stabilization into all aspects of their communities — for students, faculty and staff, school leaders, and families. Reclaiming emotional health by developing skills of self-regulation, exercising ownership over how we learn, teach, lead and how we interact with each other is critical for all of us. 

In this podcast, the High 5 Adventure Learning Center team discusses leading through uncertain, emotional times and shares practical tips for addressing the heightened emotions of staff, students, and families.

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