The Satchel Pulse Blog | Students

Students SEL
Jun 13. 2022

How SEL can help with student discipline problems

How much time do your teachers spend each year on classroom discipline?

author: Fern Dinsdale

Students SEL
Jun 22. 2021

Planning and organizing students for targeted interventions

Creating a functioning schedule for schools that serves all staff and students is not an easy task. I can recall many summer days in my former ...

author: Scarlett Tannetta

Students SEL
Oct 19. 2020

Student voice: our answer?

Yesterday I had a conversation with a seven year old student to gain her views about all things school and life related. This started with asking simple questions such as what ...

Author: Nicola Jones-Ford

Students Covid-19
Aug 25. 2020

Prepare students for a successful return during COVID-19

Returning to school this year is presenting more challenges than most school leaders have experienced in their careers. Several superintendents have expressed to me that ...

Author: Dr. Jeff Klein

Students Involvement and Engagement
Aug 20. 2020

Build positive relationships with new students virtually

With schools starting to go back, some in a blended learning style and some only virtually, getting off to the right start with building positive relationships will be even ...

Author: Nicola Jones-Ford

Students Involvement and Engagement
Feb 11. 2020

Five key study habits for students

Good study habits are important for being a successful learner‭. ‬They help with motivation‭, ‬focus‭, ‬organization‭, ‬time management‭ ‬and retention‭. ‬Just like learning ...

Author: Bethany Spencer

Students Involvement and Engagement
Feb 11. 2020

How parental involvement with homework helps students

Some children may panic at the thought of their parents involving themselves in their homework process, but it can be helpful rather than stressful.

Author: Nabeelah Bulpitt