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From professional development trainings

  • Thank you. 

  • I love these ideas. 

  • I enjoy this every year. I use this at work as well as in my my every day life.  Everything with this training is the greatest. 

  • I really enjoy this workshop. 

  • All It Takes Staff - Nice Job :)

  • Loved session!

  • This training was very helpful to me. I've learned so much and great tools to take with me into the next school year. 

  • I can heal kids days. Taking more time to listen to kids is necessary and rewarding. 

  • Such a great refresher training - it went so fast!

  • It was great to feel included and not singled out.

  • Overall, this training was valuable. I gained more tools to support students universally.

  • I enjoyed what was said and how I need to look at things differently with kids and staff. 

  • Thank you! I found it helpful.

  • I loved this training as it provided wonderful information and tools that I am going to use when returning to in-person learning and ensure the students are returning to a campus that is supportive and is safe. 

  • Examples shared by facilitators and peers were valuable and relevant to some of my own thoughts/experiences. 

  • This was a great reminder on mindset before students really come back to campus.

  • It was an amazing presentation. 

  • Thank you for sharing this valuable information and strategies

  • At this time our kids really need SEL now more than ever and I love your program!

  • I enjoyed the training and like that emotions are being taken into more consideration. 

  • It was very good information! Thanks! Glad I attended this training!

  • You are just wonderful. Thank you for your knowledge and strategies. Keep up the great work!

  • Thank you! Great to hear stories. 3 hours is perfect time for PD!

  • Thank you for reminding me to be a better person. :)

  • As a new VP, I feel more confident in my ability to be consistent and supporting with staff and students. I will be a better problem solver. 

  • Thank you :) Love this!

  • I am thankful for this training - thought provoking, relatable, and hopeful. 

  • Loved the interactive and modeling of strategies. Very effective. Thank you!

  • As an incoming teacher (first year), I was able learn so much about creating a positive environment for students and for myself!

  • Understanding my own stressors and how they affect my ability to effectively communicate. How not to take things personally.

  • That I always have time to engage with others. 

  • Making kids feel safe in school environment will help their learning. 

  • Don't take things personally, connect w/ the kids - don't ask how they are if you do not have time to really do that. "It's good to see you!”

  • Changing and improving my empathy - set an environment for students to be comfortable. 

  • Giving the benefit of the doubt

  • Notice how behaviors make me feel inside. 

  • Not using the 'do as I say, not as I do" we grew up with. 

  • It is okay to show a degree of vulnerability with students. 

  • Be open minded. 

  • That learning doesn't happen and can not happen unless the students are and feel safe. 

  • I want to make a difference in my student's life. I love this job. 

  • Taking Ownership. 

  • The importance of reflection, being intentional, and having an awareness of the energy I bring to work. 

  • The fact that It's okay to make mistakes.

  • You have to take steps to get out of your comfort zone. 

  • I can always learn more - I can be better. I also feel that I will be able to use this with my own children. 

  • There are physical reactions as well as emotional to trauma and grief and that we have to apply (ACT/DO) to make change happen. That we are all 'teachers' to children. 

  • Remember students have their reactions for a reason. 

  • I can be un-perfect yet very effective for students. 

  • Going into a new learning experience. I don’t know it all, but I’m always willing to learn!

  • Showing students, coworkers, and family that they have my attention and I care. 

  • That everyone, including kids, react in their own individual way regarding different events.

  • They cannot relate to our circumstances, rather how we feel. 

  • Planting seeds, have hope that no act is too small. 

  • Trust, trust, trust! Can't teach until trust is established.

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