Teaching Empathy was created by David A. Levine to provide a forum for people concerned about the school experiences of their children. Teaching Empathy Inc. is also a non-profit training and publishing organization located in The Hudson Valley.
Teaching Empathy Inc. creates school cultures that foster empathic relationships, emotional safety, and real world learning between students, teachers, school leaders, parents and the community.
Mission: Advocating for a shift in K-12 education from standardized testing as the sole metric for measuring effective instruction, A School of Belonging is developing a more holistic approach to evaluating quality education that takes into account the social, emotional and leadership skills necessary for student success in the 21st Century.
teachingempathy.wordpress.com A Word Appeared In early December of 1989, while working as a visiting teacher for schools throughout the Northeastern United States, I had an unusual experience with a group of 5th grade students....
edutopia.org Resources and case studies that demonstrate how to bring restorative justice to your school or classroom.
linkedin.com The idea of school safety conjures up images of single points of entry, signing in at the front of the school, showing identification to security per
Let's be kind to each other not forever but for real...Bob Franke, songwriter extraordinaire.
teachingempathy.wordpress.com Life's Individual Educational Plan Those of us who work with children too often see the emotional impact current life circumstances have on our students. The typical "helping response" is to label,...
academyforchange.org 4/10/2013 @ 1:12PM Ashoka, Contributor We hear all the time about learning for the 21st century and the need for U.S. schools to prepare our students to effectively compete internationally. Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) predominate the conversation and yet there is often one cr…
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A School of Belonging is a social culture building process that promotes an emotionally safe learning community.
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