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Lisa Cranston
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Rethinking some of the lessons I had been taught when I was younger: If you work hard then you will succeed If you don't, you have no one but yourself to blame.
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My One Word for 2018 - well-being. I plan to make mindful choices by asking myself, 'Is this choice good for my physical, social, emotional, cognitive, spiritual well-being?'
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A summary of the three most read blog posts on the blog, Opening Doors for Learning, for 2017.
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A memory jar project for home and school. This activity provides parents and children, educators and students an opportunity to reflect each week and note 'something good that happened.' On New Year's Eve or the end of the school year, the jar serves as a way to look back over the year's events.
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My blog posts are not usually political but after reading the Washington Post article this morning that President Trump has banned the CDC from using seven words, including diversity and science-based, I had to respond.
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This video links to our thinking about self-reg as a process versus a program. Lasting change takes time.
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What is restorative for one person may not be restorative for another. How do we help students to find what works for them? How do we accommodate these strategies in the classroom?
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What does it look like if we 'lend a child our calm' and co-regulate with them when they are unable to self-regulate?
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Exploring vocabulary using a Frayer Model - what can this look like with adult learners? with our students?
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