The Mindful Educator Pt B
"All It Takes Is 10 Mindful Minutes"
Connected Kids - Part 1-B
"GLOW KIDS -- BEWARE OF SCREENS with Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D"
Replenishment for the Educator's Soul - Part B
Dr. Amy Cuddy, PhD
"Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are"
Replenishment for the Educator's Soul - Part C
AUTISM Revisited: 1B
Yoga Therapy: "Yoga Therapy Helps Students on Spectrum"
Challenging Parents 1B
Megan Olivia Hall : "Building Relationships Between Parents and Teachers"
Renewal for the Educator's Soul -- Part 1-B
Al Switzler: "Change Anything! Use Skillpower Over Willpower"
Renewal for the Educator's Soul -- Part 1-C
Dan Ariely: "Self Control"
The Empowered Educator -- Part 1-B
Rosabeth Moss Kanter: "Six keys to leading positive change"
Distracted Students -- Part 1-B
Stephen Jonti: "ADHD As A Difference In Cognition, Not A Disorder"
Challenging Students -- Part 1-A
Brenda Smith Myles (Powerpoint): "Strategies to Prevent and Overcome Difficult Moments for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders"
Challenging Students -- Part 1-B
Rita Pierson: "Every Kid Needs a Champion"
Encouragement for the Educator's Soul 1-B
Martin Seligman: Flourishing - A New Understanding of Wellbeing
Encouragement for the Educator's Soul 1-C
Dan Gilbert: The Psychology of Your Future Self
Dan Gilbert: The Science of Happiness: What Your Mother Didn't Tell You
Connecting with Kids
Part 1-B, Meaghan Ramsey -- Why thinking you're ugly is bad for you
The Resilient Educator
Part 1-B, Simon Sinek -- Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe
Kids and Loss
Part 1-B: Jo Fallon -- The Lightouse Program for Grieving Children
Inspiration for the Educator's Soul III
Part 1-B: John Wooden -- The Difference Between Winning and Succeeding
Inspiration for the Educator's Soul IV
Part 1-B: Diana Nyad -- Never Ever Give Up
Part 2-B: Susan Cain -- The Power of Introverts
Stress and the Educator
Part 2-B: Kelly McGonigal -- How to Make Stress Your Friend
Part 1-B: Interview with Taylor Clark, author of NERVE
- Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3
Inspiration for the Educator's Soul
Part 1-B: Dr. Stuart Brown -- Play Is More Than Fun
Part 2-B: Dr. Steve Perry -- International Reading Association 2012 Keynote Address
EG- Part 1-B: Riz Khan -- Danica McKellar Math
TVO Parents: "Why Girls Don't Like Math"
Part 1-B: Bill Pozzobon "Breaking the Boys Code of Masculinity" from TEDxlsfeld
"The Educator's Inner Game" -- course resources
Full List: Full list of resources for "The Educator's Inner Game" in a Word Document
Part 1-B : TED Talk - Shawn Achor: The Happy Secret to Better Work
Part 2-B: Leading@Google: Andrew Bernstein
"It's All About Me", Class Resources
NBC TODAY Interview with Jean M. Twenge Interview
(author of our text for the "It's All About Me!" workshop)
Tiger Mom Video
Rafe Esquith Video, Passionate Teachers 1B (Independent Study)
Rafe Esquith Video
"Jack Donnelly as Ernie"
October 31, 2011
By Linda Donnelly, Autism Expert, H.S. English Teacher and Jacquie's Sister :)
Shared at the Syndrome Mix workshop in Redmond, WA July 2011
Contact information for Carrie Davis (Guest speaker for day 1, Vegetable Soup for the Educator's Soul)
AEP National Coordinator / UE Patient Advocate
Home Office 866-355-9911
Cell - 509-879-2994
Camp No Limits
Web Resources for Chris Crutcher (Guest speaker for day 3, Vegetable Soup for the Educator's Soul)
Chris's main website
2008 Commencement Address by Chris Crutcher
Tomato Soup for the Educator's Soul: Additional Credit: Martin Seligman Video
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-- Linda, 3rd grade
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Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge with us.
You left me with so much to think about, a better perspective to face the new
school year with, and feeling more empowered with new knowledge.
-- Jan, 1st grade