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Carol Lentz
Principal, Raymond Elementary 
 
At Raymond Elementary, we have always placed a high priority on building relationships with our students. Understanding their passions and interests, how they learn best, along with knowing their dreams and aspirations helps us design learning opportunities that are specific to each child. We know through research that students who feel supported and cared for by adults at school are better able to learn. We strive to be caring and supportive each day as we interact with our students and create welcoming learning environments. 
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Posted Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Mark Gallagher

K-12 MTSS Coordinator, MEVSD

 

If you were to ask one hundred professionals to define social-emotional learning, then you would likely receive one hundred different definitions. The common themes would likely include 21st century skills, noncognitive skills, soft skills, and character development - and none of these would be wrong. According to Collaborative for Academic and Social Emotional Learning (CASEL), “social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.” Simple enough, right? Regardless of how you define social-emotional learning, the question quickly becomes, “Why does it matter?” 

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Posted Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Tom Cochran 
Marysville HS Principal  
 
Marysville High School has made it a focus this year to adopt and integrate specific habits of mind into the building culture.   Habits of Mind are defined as dispositions that are skillfully and mindfully employed by characteristically intelligent, successful people when they are confronted with problems, the solutions to which are not immediately apparent. In essence, we want to support and foster student growth, success, and learning by integrating these habits of mind in the classrooms, hallways, and culture at Marysville High School. 
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Posted Monday, January 27, 2020

Diane Mankins
MEVSD Superintendent 

The learning that takes place everyday between teachers and students is, of course, essential to develop the minds of our students.  In a personalized educational platform, we are witnessing students advocating for their own learning opportunities and being active decision makers in their learning.  There is nothing more powerful than watching our learners evolve in this way and it is a skill that will definitely transcend into their future goals and aspirations.  

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Posted Friday, January 3, 2020
 

Chris Campbell, Instructional Innovation Director

Ashley Thompson, Personalized Learning Director

 

Blended learning is a student-centered instructional strategy used for students to learn in part through online delivery of content and instruction. Together these elements provide real-time data that is used to customize learning and identify learning progressions that deepen student knowledge.  Data analysis allows for personalization of learning that is individualized for every student based on their interests, strengths, needs, and goals.  
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Posted Friday, January 3, 2020

Lynette Lewis
Principal, Navin Elementary 

 

At Navin Elementary, we firmly believe in the importance of teaching the whole child. In addition to academic learning, we also share a responsibility for their social-emotional learning, an important factor in predicting overall success in life. So…what IS social-emotional learning, or SEL? SEL is the process through which children understand and manage emotions (i.e. self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills and social awareness). It’s easy to see how critical the development of SEL is to addressing the needs of the whole child.

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Posted Monday, November 25, 2019
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