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Yana Kunichoff Arizona Republic Until the COVID-19 pandemic hit, high school student Gema Sanchez Gamez was always on the move. She was often up at 5:30 a.m. to catch a ride to school, had a full schedule of classes during the day, and then after school would help her Spanish-speaking parents with paperwork or translating… Continued ‘How are you taking care of you?’ What kids say COVID-19 taught them about their mental health
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Reports and ProceedingsESTONIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL This doctoral thesis looked at ways of preventing mental health issues in elementary school children and studied the effects of one preventative intervention used in Estonian schools (PAX Good Behaviour Game) on the mental health of first grade students and the self-efficacy of teachers. Because children might display different mental… Continued Children’s mental health influenced by the context and ratings affected by subjectivity of the assessor
By HILARY MATHESONDaily Inter Lake | December 1, 2021 12:00 AM Down a hallway to Cayuse Prairie School teacher Charles Wiest’s classroom, a series of handwritten notes called “Tootles” hang from the walls. Jotted down on two of the notes are specific times a student showed persistence, or great participation in class. “Tootles rather than tattles,” Cayuse Prairie… Continued Cayuse Prairie program aims to create peaceful classrooms
by Cat Belue Dennis Embry’s childhood was rough, But the lessons he learned made him mentally tough. He realized there were many children in need, Not one to be a follower, young Dennis took the lead. He headed to Washington to page for Bob Dole, Changing the status quo was his ultimate goal. Then off… Continued Birthday Message for Dr. PAX
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Education has announced a two-year partnership to provide social-emotional professional development training to Arizona teachers. The PAX Good Behavior Game (PAX GBG) is a powerful, evidence-based practice consisting of proven instructional and behavioral health strategies teachers can use with their students in the classroom. CONTINUED>
By Dennis D. Embry, Ph.D. (aka, Dr. PAX) For the same reason that you want your child to take Driver’s Ed before they get their license. We want to ensure our children have all the practical training and supports necessary to succeed. Driving and navigating a car in traffic and new situations is complex –… Continued Why Does PAX Have Students Predict What They Ought to See, Hear, Do, and Feel MORE of and LESS of During Daily Activities? And Why Posted School Rules Aren’t Enough.