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    A Case Study Examination of Emotional Competence in a Tween Male Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Especially of interest to teachers and parents of shy children, this case study’s data revealed three themes: built-in friendship, yes man, and invisible leader.

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    Children and Grief Preschool-Grade 12
    This 2006 NAD Teachers Convention break-out session presented the stages of grief and how children in their various developmental stages relate to it. It educates teachers and parents about the realities and emotions that children are experiencing when there...

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    Emotion-Focused School Support Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This recorded session from the 2021 virtual teachers' convention for educators in Canada shares about Emotion-Focused School Support (EF-SS), "a simple, easy and efficient model for increasing the capacity for school staff to support the mental health...

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    Handling Common Emotionally Based Behavior Problems Preschool-Tertiary
    Understanding the characteristics of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder can help teachers find interventions to address each condition and recognize behaviors and symptoms that require...

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    Mental Health - The ABS's of Emotions Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "How can teachers help students understand their emotions but still teach? How can a teacher handle emotional breakdowns in the classroom?" The handout and presentation from this 2018 NAD convention workshop provide "practical applications to...

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    Wellbeing Notebook - Growing Wellbeing Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “As schools are looking to offer post-COVID education they need to recognise students at risk and help those who are struggling with their mental health and consequent low levels of personal wellbeing in a very important way.”