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Online Resources Bolster SEL Toolkits for Teachers, Parents

Photo source: https://patch.com/north-carolina/charlotte/cms-unveils-program-feed-students-during-remote-learning Teachers and parents have worked diligently to provide online resources for students during the past few months as learning has transitioned to a remote format in school districts across the country.   Whether delivered in an in-person format or an online format, finding worthwhile curricular resources is an essential step in providing each student with a high-quality education. …
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March 5, 2021

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Jason Preston’s On-Court Success a Testament to Hard Work, Perseverance

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Jason Preston is no stranger to regular visitors of MWAH!’s Web site.  MWAH! referenced Jason in a Dec. 6, 2020 that described his unlikely, winding road to college basketball.  For those who didn’t see it in December, the URL is: https://mwah.net/jason-prestons-long-winding-road-to-college-basketball-paved-with-perseverance-determination/ Jason’s team, the #13 seed in its first-round bracket of the NCAA national tournament, defeated Virginia, the #4 seed…

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Online Resources Bolster SEL Toolkits for Teachers, Parents

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Teachers and parents have worked diligently to provide online resources for students during the past few months as learning has transitioned to a remote format in school districts across the country.   Whether delivered in an in-person format or an online format, finding worthwhile curricular resources is an essential step in providing each student with a high-quality education.  THE Journal, a…

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Tips for Teachers to Support Students Amid Challenges of COVID-19 Pandemic

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Teachers, students, and families have experienced unprecedented challenges in the era of COVID-19, including the disruption of normal routines at home, in the community, and in school.  The American Psychological Association (APA) has created a list of eight tips for teachers to continue supporting their students from a social-emotional learning (SEL) perspective during this difficult time, regardless of whether instruction…

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Making Sense of Tragedy—A Reminder from MWAH! About Mental Health

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Students, teachers, and community members are in the process of coping with the Thursday, January 7 death by suicide of Dylan Buckner, football team captain and quarterback at Glenbrook North High School.  The high school is located in Northbrook, Illinois, a northern suburb of Chicago.  As is often the case in the aftermath of tragedy, people ask how such a loss could have…

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