We asked our Facebook fans for the technology policies that worked best in their classrooms this year, and here's what they had to say.
It’s always a good policy to keep the door open for parents so they can ask questions and get involved in their kid's education. This is especially true when it comes to character education, an area in which you ideally share responsibility with families in fostering hardworking, respectful critical thinkers and friends. You can get parents on board with your character education program by remembering these helpful dos and don’ts:
The research is clear: programs or curriculum that promote social-emotional learning (SEL) can have big payoffs when it comes to academics, student behavior and life decisions.