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6 Simple Ways to Add Kindness to the Curriculum

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  • LauraGeaney
  • November 6, 2017 at 9:40 am

    There are so many more lessons that teachers are responsible to teach their students than just general subject matter. Establishing and maintaining a safe classroom environment is a goal that a teacher must constantly work toward. In an effort to sustain a safe classroom environment, teachers must incorporate social and emotional learning. Monitoring student behavior and embedding character building lessons into their curriculum is vital to developing traits like kindness and empathy in students. Teaching students the value of kindness and allowing them to practice those skills is essential in helping to shape how students treat others and how they react to situations both inside and outside of the classroom.

    How do you add kindness to the curriculum?

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