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Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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In this exciting one-time class, we will discuss the basics of social emotional learning, which will include emotions vs feelings, conflict techniques, and a growth mindset. This engaging class will not just be about learning what emotions are, instead students will learn mindfulness and controlled breathing which will bring more peace and happiness to your child. I will guide your student through the process with a multi-sensory lesson including illustrations, discussion, books, hands-on...
Students will learn mindfulness techniques through the practice of a simple breathing exercise in an inclusive, and fun environment!
Hello, learners and parents! My name is Ms. Ally, and I am excited you’re here. 👋🏻 I have degrees in Psychology, Elementary, and Special Education. As well as, extensive experience with various diverse learners including ADHD, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, Autism, Dyslexia, behavior disorders, etc. I look forward to guiding your learner in becoming their best self! ❤️
A one page handout is provided prior to class. Please come to class with the provided printout, and crayons. We will work on this assignment as a group to better understand emotions, and build confidence.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Welcome prospective parents and guardians! 👋🏻 I am Ms. Ally. I am a certified instructor with degrees in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Psychology. More importantly, I am a homeschool mother to two special needs children and making...