Empowering Anxious Students in Class

A guest post by Sarah Charlton You have a classroom of kids and plenty to get through, but one, quite clearly has issues with the topic. He or she might withdraw. Maybe they cry. The other children notice and begin to tease. … Continue reading

A Tool That Helps Students Feel Heard

A Listening Partnerships post by Sarah Charlton Traditionally in classrooms, teachers talk and children listen. While curriculums are updating to include self-directed learning, children in many classrooms may still feel unheard, and if they have worries or concerns outside of learning … Continue reading