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Our Vision: Supportive Relationships for Everyone

We can work with your K-12 school to:

• Help students develop relational skills and form stronger relationships with one another, by providing lesson-insert curricula.
• Help teachers develop stronger relationships with students through professional development workshops and real-time coaching.

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TESTIMONIALS

Daniel P McGarry
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
Upper Darby School District, PA

"I have had the privilege of knowing and working with Dr. Eran Magen for the last several years. As high stakes accountability and testing remain the focus of current educational ideology in public education, it is important that we not lose sight of developing and maintaining positive and healthy relationships with our staffs and students. Eran's professional development and ongoing coaching of our staff and administrative team has been an invaluable investment."

Latest Blog Posts (Education)

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Finland found a proven way to combat bullying. Here's what it'll take to make it work in the US. By Dakin Andone, (@dakinandone).

How should educators confront bigotry, racism and white supremacy? Resources for educators in the wake of Charlottesville. By Anya Kamenetz,

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Is social-emotional learning really going to work for students of color? By Dena Simmons, Ed.D. (@DenaSimmons), Director of Education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.

Special report finds that teachers need more social and emotional intelligence training, in order to promote these

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Measuring social-emotional skills among students is not easy. Find out how one school assesses them. By Jen Curtis (jencurtis0345).

New book offers strategies for teachers to help students thrive. By Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo).

How teachers are weaving social-emotional learning into everyday academics. By Evie

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How teachers weave social-emotional learning into academics. By Evie Blad (@EvieBlad).

Taking these steps to encourage healthy use of technology can minimize negative developmental and emotional effects on children.  Written by Crystal Lantz.

Managing major classroom disruptions involves immediate stabilization, followed by intervention.

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Kids who suffer hunger in first years lag behind their peers in school, especially in social and emotional skills, a recent study finds. By Rhitu Chatterjee (@RhituC).

Teacher-prep slow to embrace social-emotional learning, despite many schools teaching these skills to students. Written

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Suspending Students Costs Billions in Economic Losses: An Edweek article connecting suspensions and lower graduation rates to higher taxpayer costs. By Francisco Vara-Orta (@fvaraorta).

5 Reasons to Invest in the Social and Emotional Development of Students include that social and emotional learning

What a nice holiday gift - our ASCD Express article, "A Relational Bank Account That Pays Dividends", was selected to be featured in the ASCD "Best of 2016". We are honored to be featured in this prestigious list, and thank ASCD for the opportunity to share our approach to teaching

The Delaware County Daily Times ran another great piece about our SUPR Teacher program at the Upper Darby School District, titled “Good Feedback on Teacher-Student Relations Program in Upper Darby”.



The piece is based on a progress report that we presented to the Upper Darby School District Board of Directors on