Incorporate Kindness Into Your Curriculum
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My goal for 2021-22 is to encourage students to look back on their day each night at bedtime and determine if they "accomplished something" that day. It could be learning something new, persevering even when something was hard, showing kindness to someone, doing the right thing, or any number of things they add to a list in our classroom. I am so glad I found this site to help me organize those thoughts and present these ideas to my students.
Florence Birmingham24 days ago
I am a university lecturer. Let me know if you would like to expand this to higher education.
Carolin Esser-Miles4 months ago
The beginning of the 20-21 school year will be very different due to. the Covid-19 pandemic. My goal is to plan lessons that promote kindness and acceptance of a new norm mindset.
Sonya Apple9 months ago
I plan on using Susan Verde and Carol McCloud books and lessons to encourage kindness in our curriculum and do projects that benefit the community.
Susan Gaeblerabout 1 year ago
Thanks a lot for your free curriculum for teachers. I´ll use it and pass to other teachers. I´m commited to share it around my communnity.
Susana Neto Batistaabout 1 year ago
Growth mindset! I love it
Gabby McGlynnalmost 2 years ago
Making a commitment to incorporating kindness into the culture of the new school opening where I will work this year!
Stephanie Perellalmost 2 years ago
Cant wait to bring it in to the classroom!
Genet Erickson Adamover 2 years ago
Using during CUBS as a schoolwide innitiative
Jennifer Parsonover 2 years ago
Great idea to focus your lesson plans around life values like kindness, acceptance and growth.
Lynn Sandersover 2 years ago
As I prepare for the new school year, I am focusing lesson plans around kindness, acceptance, and having a growth mindset.
yvonne earlalmost 3 years ago