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How is expanding students’ strengths more effective than improving their weaknesses? Why is creating a school where staff and students feel safe necessary for learning? How can anchoring with simple mindfulness practices prevent classroom behavioral problems? There is more to a classroom than just a teacher and a group of students. All classroom interactions have “invisible How is expanding students’ strengths more effective than improving their weaknesses? Why is creating a school where staff and students feel safe necessary for learning? How can anchoring with simple mindfulness practices prevent classroom behavioral problems? There is more to a classroom than just a teacher and a group of students. All classroom interactions have “invisible” neurobiological, emotional, and social aspects—the emotional histories of students, the teacher’s own background and biography. In this book, Kirke Olson takes lessons from brain science, mindfulness, and positive psychology to help teachers understand the full range of their students’ school experiences. Using its classroom-ready resources, teachers, administrators, parents, and policy makers can make the invisible visible, turning human investment in their students into the best possible learning outcomes.


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How is expanding students’ strengths more effective than improving their weaknesses? Why is creating a school where staff and students feel safe necessary for learning? How can anchoring with simple mindfulness practices prevent classroom behavioral problems? There is more to a classroom than just a teacher and a group of students. All classroom interactions have “invisible How is expanding students’ strengths more effective than improving their weaknesses? Why is creating a school where staff and students feel safe necessary for learning? How can anchoring with simple mindfulness practices prevent classroom behavioral problems? There is more to a classroom than just a teacher and a group of students. All classroom interactions have “invisible” neurobiological, emotional, and social aspects—the emotional histories of students, the teacher’s own background and biography. In this book, Kirke Olson takes lessons from brain science, mindfulness, and positive psychology to help teachers understand the full range of their students’ school experiences. Using its classroom-ready resources, teachers, administrators, parents, and policy makers can make the invisible visible, turning human investment in their students into the best possible learning outcomes.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Lynn

    This is probably one of the most important professional books that I have read in a long time. This book is all about something that is often lost in the pressure to get through mile-long lists of standards. It is about building relationships and attending to the whole child, not just academics. It made me really think and reflect on how I approach relationship building in my classroom and I already have a bunch of ideas of how to improve. Each chapter also includes practical things that teacher This is probably one of the most important professional books that I have read in a long time. This book is all about something that is often lost in the pressure to get through mile-long lists of standards. It is about building relationships and attending to the whole child, not just academics. It made me really think and reflect on how I approach relationship building in my classroom and I already have a bunch of ideas of how to improve. Each chapter also includes practical things that teachers can begin implementing in their classrooms right away. Every teacher should give this book a read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This book made me feel encouraged about the positive impact teachers can have in their students lives. I found the neuroscience portions especially interesting and reflected on relationships I have had with students in the past. This book is useful for any teacher, but especially for those who teach children with many barriers to learning.

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