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To Whomever is Reading this...
 
To Whomever is Reading this...
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Thank you so much for taking a journey through this course, Social Emotional Learning in the Secondary Classroom. I appreciate that you took the initiative to read about a learning adventure that could help your students learn and grow (both inside and outside of the classroom).  
 
Thank you so much for taking a journey through this course, Social Emotional Learning in the Secondary Classroom. I appreciate that you took the initiative to read about a learning adventure that could help your students learn and grow (both inside and outside of the classroom).  
  
 
I hope that you do try Social Emotional learning initiatives in the classroom, in some capacity, so that your students can develop various skills for their post-high school lives.
 
I hope that you do try Social Emotional learning initiatives in the classroom, in some capacity, so that your students can develop various skills for their post-high school lives.
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Until next time...
 
Until next time...
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Be Well,
 
Be Well,
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AT, Course Developer
 
AT, Course Developer

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To Whomever is Reading this...


Thank you so much for taking a journey through this course, Social Emotional Learning in the Secondary Classroom. I appreciate that you took the initiative to read about a learning adventure that could help your students learn and grow (both inside and outside of the classroom).

I hope that you do try Social Emotional learning initiatives in the classroom, in some capacity, so that your students can develop various skills for their post-high school lives.


Until next time...


Be Well,

AT, Course Developer