The Satchel Pulse Blog | Teachers and Teaching

Culture and Climate Teachers and Teaching
Jun 06. 2022

Three reasons why teachers should care about their school's culture and climate

To support Satchel Pulse’s Culture and Climate solution, this blog sets out to define ...

author: Fern Dinsdale

SEL Teachers and Teaching
Apr 18. 2022

How teachers can successfully introduce and integrate SEL

You might know by now that there’s a multitude of advantages to including social emotional learning in your classroom, but it’s a whole other challenge to integrate it ...

author: Fern Dinsdale

SEL Teachers and Teaching
Apr 11. 2022

Benefits of SEL for teachers

90% of teachers in the US believe social emotional learning can improve academics, but fewer educators know how SEL can benefit themselves (Satchel Pulse, 2020). Research shows ...

author: Fern Dinsdale

SEL Teachers and Teaching
Mar 28. 2022

How teachers can overcome the biggest challenges when implementing SEL

Whilst there are many positives to being an educator, unfortun

author: Fern Dinsdale

SEL Teachers and Teaching
Oct 25. 2021

SEL leadership starts with sharing the why

In his 2011 book, "Start with Why", Simon Sinek offers powerful advice for leaders: start any endeavor with “why.” Why are we trying something new? Why do we need to make ...

author: Faith Smith

SEL Teachers and Teaching
Oct 06. 2021

Teaching with empathy: SEL during testing

The first time I truly realized the impact of standardized testing on my students’ emotional health is burned into my memory. I was just finishing a successful testing session: ...

author: Faith Smith

Teachers and Teaching
Dec 08. 2020

Four or more ACEs in my classroom

We all had that student who comes in looking disheveled, hungry and not in a learning state of mind. We’ve made all the referrals to everyone we know, to help that child and ...

author: Nicola Jones-Ford

Equity Teachers and Teaching
Oct 12. 2020

Equity in the classroom: That's not fair!

As an educator how many times have you heard ‘it’s not fair/that’s not fair’ in your classroom.  A student complaining that it feels like things are not fair can be very ...

Author: Nicola Jones-Ford