Coping skills are the strategies and techniques individuals use to manage stress and difficult emotions. Teaching coping skills is an essential aspect of mental health education and can help individuals better navigate challenging situations. This article will explore some of the best teaching methods for coping skills and the research supporting their effectiveness.
Early Childhood Development
California is facing a literacy crisis. According to recent data, nearly 60% of California’s fourth-grade students are not proficient in reading, and this number is even higher for students from low-income families and students of color. This is a serious problem that must be addressed if we want to ensure that all students have the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. For students to become proficient readers, they need to develop strong phonemic awareness (the ability to identify and manipulate individual sounds in words), phonics (the understanding of the relationship between letters and sounds), vocabulary, and… Read More »California’s Literacy Crisis: Science of Reading Has Taken Decades to Reach Classrooms
“All of life is education and everybody is a teacher and everybody is forever a pupil.” Abraham Maslow “The only happy people I know are the ones who are working well at something they consider important.” Abraham Maslow “What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself.” Abraham Maslow “When people appear to be something other than good and decent, it is only because they are reacting to stress, pain, or the deprivation of basic human needs such as security, love, and self-esteem.” Abraham Maslow
Better communication from parents leads to better relationships between parents & children. As parents & educators, we know how it feels when our feelings are diregarded. Many of us get frusterated or discouraged when the people we care about dont pay attention to us when we’re talking to them. We instill this message into children from a young age by teaching them not to interupt when some one is speaking. Unfortunately, most of us are not the best role model for teaching this skill by example. “With the right words and care, you can inspire your children to think for… Read More »How YOUR Communication Skills Affects Your Relationship With Your Child