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Linda Simpson was trained at The Peace Education Foundation which opened the door to a decade spent facilitating conflict resolution and social-emotional learning (SEL) workshops and conferences across her school, school district and at the university faculty of education level. For several years, she blogged for Huffington Post Canada with the focus of the writing centering on parenting issues, life after divorce, and the occasional social commentary. She writes a divorce coaching column Letters to Linda, personal essays and poetry for The Divorce Magazine UK. She has just published her first book in a parenting series on Amazon.

Connect Critical Thinking Skills to Social-Emotional Learning In The Classroom

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Teach Kindness and Transform Your Classroom

Can you teach kindness? Kindness is a character trait and...

Use Emotion Coaching as a Standard for Discipline in Your Classroom

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Self-Esteem Lessons For Your Classroom

Healthy self-esteem is central to a productive life. It hinges...

Another Strategy For Teaching Relationship Skills in Your Classroom

Middle and high school classrooms are often bursting with obsessive...

Breaking Down the Wall of Prejudice in Your Classroom with Social-Emotional Learning Skills

There is a curious truth about the interconnectedness of the SEL...

Parents and Teachers have Common Ground with Invisible Labor

In the aftermath of this global crisis, there is one...

There Are Many Good Reasons To Teach Ethics To Children

A chaotic world is also a world of educational opportunity....

The Peace Education Foundation, Ahead of Its Time

Two decades into the 21 C, social-emotional learning (SEL) has...