Publications help educators recognize and address children’s mental health issues

The Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) has created publications designed to help educators recognize and address children’s mental health issues. The publications are: An Educator’s Guide to Children’s Mental Health, A Guide to Student Mental Health and Wellness, Children’s Mental Health Resource Guide, Children’s Mental Health Classroom Activities, and SuperMe: A Campaign to End Hurtful Teasing. To find out more about these publications and to order them online, go to: www.macmh.org/books.

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Labor History Through Film classes scheduled in Madison and Milwaukee

Labor History Through Film classes will be held in Madison the evenings of October 4 and 11, and in Milwaukee December 1. Films that will be screened include: (time permitting) The Bayview Massacre; Fist Full of Lightening; Mother Jones, America’s Most Dangerous Woman; With Babies and Banners; At the River I Stand; Requiem for the American Dream; and Global Village of Global Pillage. Between films, discussions will be led by David Nack, Professor, UW School for Workers.

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Teaching Hacks workshop is October 20 in Racine

In this workshop, Fennimore Education Association member, science teacher and author Danielle Carlson brings you tips, tricks and ideas to save you time, help you organize your classroom in creative ways, strengthen relationships with students, implement active learning strategies, improve your classroom management skills, and more.

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