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Creating a classroom that includes social and emotional learning can start tomorrow. Join Minnesota 2013 Teacher of the Year Megan Hall as she shares tips and strategies for getting started.
Megan Olivia Hall is an advocate for social and emotional learning, experiential science education, teacher leadership, and college-level high school instruction for all learners. In her 15 years of teaching science, Megan has worked with students of many ages and levels, from kindergarten to Advanced Placement. She serves as a lead teacher in the social and emotional learning and service learning programs at OWL, developing curriculum and training colleagues in effective Crew pedagogies. She currently teaches secondary life sciences at OWL and is the proud leader of the Narwhal Crew. Megan served as Minnesota Teacher of the Year in 2013.
- Video: Encouraging Students to Persist Through Challenges
- Video: Mindfulness in the Classroom
- Video: Emotional Check-Ins
- Video: Using Guided Relaxation in the Classroom
- Video: Building Emotional Literacy
- Class Culture Deep Dive
- Blog: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain
- Podcast: #anewkindofPD: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain
- Origins: Education For Equity
- Developmental Designs
- Outward Bound (CREW)
- Responsive Classroom
- Restorative Justice
- [Edutopia] Restorative Justice: Resources For Schools
- Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
- Homeroom Institute for Social and Emotional Learning (HISEL)
- Carol Dweck: Mindset Quiz
- Expeditionary Learning
- Teaching the Whole Child: Instructional Practices That Support Social-Emotional Learning in Three Teacher Evaluation Frameworks