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Author: Lauren - Director of Social and Emotional Learning at United to Learn

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This is a podcast about social emotional learning (SEL), wellness, neuroscience and healthy habits for educators and anyone in the education space.

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Have you been struggling with your New Years resolutions? Join us as we talk about the power of habit formation on our brain, behavior and lives, and how to set up habits for ourselves to practice sustainably. SHOW NOTES/CITATIONSBennis, T. (2019). Habit Stacking. January 29, 2024, https://www.amazon.com/Habit-Stacking-Successful-Drastically-Accelerated-ebook/dp/B07RXR92G6 Clear, J. (2018, November 13). The 5 triggers that make new habits stick. James Clear. https://jamesclear.com/...
S2 E6: Gratitude

S2 E6: Gratitude

2023-12-2032:16

Have you been able to unlock the power of gratitude? Is gratitude useful during difficult times, or is it simply a luxury? Tune into this episode to learn more about the power of gratitude, how to cultivate gratitude, how it can change our brains, and why we should build this into our daily practices.CITATIONSBono, G., Reil, K., & Hescox, J. (2020). Stress and wellbeing in college students during the COVID-19 pandemic: Can grit and gratitude help? International Journal of Wellbeing,...
Tune in to hear about how creativity and curiosity can benefit all of us!CITATIONSBeaty R. E. (2020). The Creative Brain. Cerebrum : the Dana forum on brain science, 2020, cer-02-20. Henriksen, D., Richardson, C., & Shack, K. (2020). Mindfulness and creativity: Implications for thinking and learning. Thinking skills and creativity, 37, 100689. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2020.100689 Kelley, T., & Kelley, D. (2014, August 1). Reclaim your creative confidence. Harvard Busine...
S2 E4: Mindfulness

S2 E4: Mindfulness

2023-11-1524:12

What is mindfulness? Join us in this episode as we determine what mindfulness is, what the research determines is its impact on our health and well-being, and its place in our schools. RESOURCESMaking time for mindfulness. Harvard Graduate School of Education. (2019.). https://www.gse.harvard.edu/ideas/usable-knowledge/19/01/making-time-mindfulness Suttie, J. (2023). The Surprising Ways Your Mind Influences Your Health. Retrieved from https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/t...
What are morning meetings and why are they important? During this episode, we will discuss how to host morning meetings, explore the benefits of them, and define ways to overcome any implementation roadblocks.ResourcesAllen-Hughes, L. (2013). The social benefits of the morning meeting: creating a space for social and character education in the classroom. (Master’s Thesis). Dominican University of California, San Rafael, California.Aperture Education. (2021, June 28). 4 reasons to start ...
Check out this episode to learn more about emotional intelligence and what research says about the impact it can have on educators, students, and society.SHOW NOTES & CITATIONSGould, A. (n.d.). EQ vs EI VS IQ. EQ Training. https://www.gouldtraining.co.uk/eq-ei-iq#:~:text=Differences%20Between%20The%20Two%20Concepts&text=In%20some%20cases%20EI%20refers,and%20identify%20your%20emotional%20competence. Lahey, J. (2016). To help students learn, engage the emotions. The New York Times...
Hello SELies! Welcome back for Season 2! Tune into episode 1 to learn more about the 3 S's of SEL: the State of SEL, the Science of SEL, and the Success of SEL.ReferencesGomez, J. (2023, June 26). Do not ban social-emotional learning in schools - embrace these skills. Dallas News. https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2023/06/26/do-not-ban-social-emotional-learning-in-schools-embrace-these-skills/ Lahey, J. (2016). To help students learn, engage the emotions. The New York Times. Retri...
Join us for Part 2 on boundaries where we discuss taking action and the "how to" of setting boundaries. We also introduce our newest segment, Stories from SELies, where we read and respond to your REAL stories on situations when boundaries could have been helpful.We would love to hear your feedback or any topics you would like us to cover! Email us at SEL@unitedtolearn.orgAdditional Resources on Boundarieshttps://childmind.org/article/teaching-kids-boundaries-empathy/https://scoop...
Tune in to explore boundaries and why they're important.Check out some example boundary phrases below!“I’m the adult, I will take care of your classmate, thank you.”I don’t mind sharing…please ask me before helping yourself.“I know you only meant it is just a joke, but what you said is really not okay.”Oh! I’m not a hugger–but a high five works!I don’t have capacity to make that decision right now, I’ll get back to you after I’ve had a moment to process.I’ve received your text message and wil...
This episode answers the following questions:1. What is burnout and how does it occur?2. What is self-care and how can we practice it in a way that helps us manage burnout?We would love to hear your feedback or any topics you would like us to cover! Email us at SEL@unitedtolearn.orgReferencesBrain architecture. Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. (2019, August 20). https://developingchild.harvard.edu/science/key-concepts/brain-architecture/ Nagoski, E., & Nago...
Tune in to learn more about stress, the stress cycle, and two tools to combat stress.
This episode is a continuation of Episode 4. We expand upon how to effective manage our internal and external loci of control by using a tool: Circles of Control.Want your students to learn about their loci of control? Follow along at the link here: https://theresponsivecounselor.com/2016/11/problems-inside-vs-outside-of-your.html References:Drago, A., Rheinheimer, D. C., & Detweiler, T. N. (2018). Effects of Locus of Control, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Tutoring on Academic Pe...
This episode is part 1 of 2 on our loci of control. In this episode we define locus of control and explore the differences between your internal and external locus of control.Want your students to learn about their loci of control? Follow along at the link here: https://theresponsivecounselor.com/2016/11/problems-inside-vs-outside-of-your.html References:Drago, A., Rheinheimer, D. C., & Detweiler, T. N. (2018). Effects of Locus of Control, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Tutoring o...
Spring testing season is upon us! Tune in to learn more about anxiety, testing anxiety in children, and some tips to help the children in your life work through it.ResourcesCook, J., & DuFalla, A. (2021). The anti-test anxiety society. National Center for Youth Issues. Cook, J., & Valentine, A. (2021). Bubble gum brain: Ready, get mindset...grow!! National Center for Youth Issues. Davis, K. C. (2022). How to keep house while drowning: A gentle approach to cleaning and organizing...
Tune in to learn more about how to reset your vagus nerve to help manage your level of irritation, frustration, and stressful moments that may happen. You will learn about two tangible ways to reset your vagus nerve, the rest and digest part of your nervous system.Additional Resources:Visuals: Visual ImagesArticle: National Institute of Fitness and Sport Vagus Nerve ArticleVideos: 1. How To Do A Vagus Nerve Massage 2. Mindfulness Exercise: Vagus Nerve ResetReferences:LePera, N. (2...
Join us to learn about the what SEL is and how that applies to you and your life. We also discuss the power, intended or not, of the affective filter.
Is conflict inherently bad? Tune into the Season 2 Finale of Sprinkles of SEL to find out, and learn more about the power of relationships and navigating workplace conflict. Now streaming on all platforms.SHOW NOTES/CITATIONSBrown, B. (2019, May 1). Let’s Rumble. Brené Brown. https://brenebrown.com/articles/2019/05/01/lets-rumble/ Chan, K.W., Huang, X. & Ng, P.M. Managers’ conflict management styles and employee attitudinal outcomes: The mediating role of trust. Asia Pacific J Manag...
School can be stressful enough without us having to worry about our personal and professional relationships on top of it! Join us this episode as we talk about the effects of isolation, and the power of fostering healthy relationships in our lives.SHOW NOTES & CITATIONSAlcaraz, K. I., Eddens, K. S., Blase, J. L., Diver, W. R., Patel, A. V., Teras, L. R., Stevens, V. L., Jacobs, E. J., & Gapstur, S. M. (2018). Social isolation and mortality in US black and white men and women. American...
Not sure what to say sometimes? Let's talk about it! Join us this episode as we discuss communication, what does good effective communication look like, and the value of being compassionate communicators in our schools.SHOW NOTES & CITATIONSBecker, M. (2023, February 14). How to communicate with Love (even when you’re mad). Greater Good Science Center. https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_to_communicate_with_love_even_when_youre_mad Buscaglia, L. (2024, January 16). Kin...
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