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Tips for Managing Screen Time Over Winter Break

                    Ahhh, the holidays….  While planning celebrations, shopping for gifts, sending holiday cards, and making trips to see relatives are likely all a part of your to-do’s, you also know your parenting responsibilities don’t get put

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Wendy Methvin Named SEL4SC Executive Director

The Social Emotional Learning Alliance for South Carolina (SEL4SC) is proud to announce that it has appointed Wendy Methvin as its executive director. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude in Honors English from the University of Tennessee, Wendy Methvin spent nearly a

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Teacher Resources

Handle with Care

Now that most kids are returning to school for the year, there are lots of things to look forward to. A regular routine is definitely one of them! Kids thrive on routine, and it actually helps them be successful in school. However, some days are

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In a Million Words or Less…

How can you learn your students’ strengths, challenges, and passions right at the start of school? Assign a playful report to their parents and guardians—it may be useful all year long. Middle school teacher Cathleen Beachboard gives homework to her students’ families a few weeks

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Post Election Check-in

The election has taken a toll on many of us and now, perhaps more than ever, we need to promote, model, and use our SEL skills. Check out this infographic that can help you do just that.

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Handle with Care

Now that most kids are returning to school for the year, there are lots of things to look forward to. A regular routine is definitely

Read More »

In a Million Words or Less…

How can you learn your students’ strengths, challenges, and passions right at the start of school? Assign a playful report to their parents and guardians—it

Read More »