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Comment by Joyan on June 18, 2014 at 2:15am
Hi Thea, Thank you for posting this! In the Netherlands all teachers-in-training are trained to be mentors. Once working, you're assigned a class which you'll mentor. Part of the mentor's responsibility is teaching them how to deal with their emotions (intra- and interpersonal situations). But I've never encountered a method as thorough as this one. This is actually part of the curriculum and I think that is great.
Comment by Thea M. Wiggins-Clark on June 17, 2014 at 5:09pm
I'm curious as to the acceptance of such in DC, MD, VA...especially within the Urban-corridors and mode(s)-of-thinking...
Comment by Thea M. Wiggins-Clark on June 17, 2014 at 5:08pm
I thought this was truly an interesting and directional read...'Bellevue School District Trains 105 Staff in RULER Emotional Intelligence Curriculum'

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