Students in Poverty Series, Part 3: Emotional Poverty 2: Safer Students and Less-Stressed Teachers
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Has teaching ever felt more stressful? External pressures, environmental factors, previous experiences, fear, anger, and more create stress and tension in the classroom. Many of us suffer from emotional poverty, which can harm or even destroy teachers' and students' effective teaching and emotional wellness. Emotional Poverty 2 dives in and helps us understand and overcome so you can build more effective classrooms and safer schools. Participants will receive a copy of Dr. Ruby Payne's book, Emotional Poverty, Vol. 2: Safer Students and Less-Stressed Teachers, upon completion of the workshop. Part 1 of the series is Workshop #224501, "Emotional Poverty in All Demographics." Part 2 of the series is Workshop #217554, 'A Framework for Understanding Poverty; 10 Actions to Educate Students."
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