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Social Emotional Learning iLEAD AV

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Zest

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life.” —Gordon Parks Central to the iLEAD Antelope Valley approach to project-based learning is a belief that education works best when it’s energetic. Rather thanRead More

Social Emotional Learning iLEAD AV

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Growth Mindset

At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we believe when kids learn how to face challenges, they grow into leaders. As part of our emphasis on social-emotional learning (SEL), we believe it’s importantRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Whole-Child Development

Last week we introduced the importance of social-emotional learning at iLEAD Antelope Valley. Social-emotional learning is integral to our whole-child educational approach.  A whole-child mind-set means that we are focusedRead More

Social Emotional Learning iLEAD AV

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

iLEAD Antelope Valley mom, son and daughter around laptop

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Zest

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life.” —Gordon Parks Central to the iLEAD Antelope Valley approach to project-based learning is a belief that education works best when it’s energetic. Rather thanRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Curiosity

“Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” — Golda Meir Within the iLEAD Antelope Valley education model, we believe kidsRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Self-Control

By definition, social-emotional learning (SEL) helps kids tap into their emotions and how they affect what they do. So it should follow that an essential component of SEL is anRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Gratitude

“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should includeRead More

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