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School social work

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What do I want to talk about today? #Colour in the #shapes you want to #talk about. Fantastic worksheet! #socialwork #thoughts #feelingspic.twitter.com/Unhxcyl1xE

“What do I want to talk about today? #Colour in the #shapes you want to #talk about. Fantastic worksheet! #socialwork #thoughts #feelings”

For Teachers, School Counselors and Parents! This Conflict Resolution Interactive Choice Board is an easy to use, move, and store go-to resource for the classroom, counseling office or home It empowers students / children to become Peaceful Problem Solvers. Students love the interactive, experiential structure of this lap book as they follow this step-by-step conflict resolution guide. Parents might find it a handy tool to help their children navigate sibling and/or peer conflicts.

For Teachers, School Counselors and Parents! This Conflict Resolution Interactive Choice Board is an easy to use, move, and store go-to resource for the classroom, counseling office or home It empowers students / children to become Peaceful Problem Solvers. Students love the interactive, experiential structure of this lap book as they follow this step-by-step conflict resolution guide. Parents might find it a handy tool to help their children navigate sibling and/or peer conflicts.

Self esteem bucket

One of the most common issues I come across when working with children is poor self esteem. We all have times when we feel bad about ourselves. But kids are trying to find their identity. Learning what they are good at and what they aren't. Working out how they are the same and different to others and if this is important. The way we see ourselves as a child can impact how we see ourselves as an adult. Why self esteem is important Kids who feel good about themselves have the confidence to…

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children ...

Carry a positive memory in the palm of your hand to help you feel safe and calm wherever you are! I have seen this intervention done before and I have always found it powerful to use with children …