Educator Melody McAllister offers three ways teachers can help empower parents, who will work together to help empower students.
Social Emotional Learning
Melody McAllister writes a book review for Strum & the Wild Turkeys by Noa Daniel.
“Every child, make that every person, should be celebrated for their unique abilities. As educators and parents we know how important that connection and confidence is as young people grow up. This book is for all year, for every child, and my family gives it five stars!”
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Social-emotional learning should be a part of our everyday curriculum so it’s not something else we need to do, but instead weaved seamlessly into what we already do.