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Metaphysical Communication Tools - Part 2: Build a Bridge

Communicating well is a life skill and it’s well worth investing time in developing it. The better we are at making ourselves understood and understanding others, the more connected we feel to those around us. 315 more words

Metaphysical Tools

Emotion Coaching: helping children to understand and manage powerful feelings

Children’s behaviour is often problematic because they are trying to solve a problem of their own. Learning to understand your emotions and identify your needs takes time and often a child’s solution is both impulsive and centered on their own needs. 1,875 more words

Helping Children Flourish

The Five Purposes Of Meetings

The Five Purposes Of Meetings

There can only really be four reasons why meetings take place – these at=re listed below.

If YOUR meeting does not fall into one of these five categories think again on why you want the meeting and what it is set to achieve. 97 more words

Management

Positive communication is a key life skill

One of the most important gifts you can give to a child is to communicate with him or her by talking and listening. Everyday interactions that take place during communication form the foundation for lasting healthy relationships. 569 more words

Interpersonal Communication

You Never Listen to ME!

Communication is always a challenge in relationships. Couples talk but do not always communicate effectively with their partners. We have a need in a relationship to be heard and understood, or we do not feel loved. 626 more words

Happiness

Positive Phone Calls Home

Positve Phone Calls Home

This Edutopia piece is so right. We are often tired and bust, so we fail to take the time to let parents know when their children do what they are supposed to do. 42 more words

Teaching

Food for thought

By Ingrid Jane Jones

I had an interesting conversation with my gorgeous and inspiring aunty over the weekend that got me thinking about the concept of a kind classroom. 180 more words

Kind Classrooms