“Classroom Climate” may mean many things to many people, but what is this term really about? Dr. Jane Bluestein shares her big-picture approach to understanding this critical concept.
Dr. Jane Bluestein explores the behavioral aspects of creating an optimal class climate including an understanding of win-win power dynamics and "winning” in an emotionally safe classroom.
Dr. Jane Bluestein shares her years of successes and failures behind her win-win classroom philosophy. Learn to create an optimal class climate, through power tools such as choices and consequences.
Dr. Jane Bluestein continues her discussion on creating win-win authority relationships in a safe and positive school climate without depending on conditional approval, anger, rules, or threats.
Communication is sometimes the cause of relationship issues and sometimes the result. This foundation course helps lay the groundwork for improve two parts to healthy dialogue.
Communication is one of the most important components of a healthy school culture. Appreciating our mode of interaction can be a prominent factor in creating a safe and enjoyable workplace.
There are different styles of communication that draw and repel us from different people. The more effective we are at sharing and taking in information, the better our workplace relationships become.
Living through a pandemic is a threat unlike anything we have experienced before. Let's navigate this together to get through it with minimal harm.
Being isolated for an extended period of time can trigger loneliness and even despair. Learn how to remain physically distant but emotionally close with others.
Feeling out of control or without control is painful. In order to feel peace we need to learn how to let go and influence only what's possible.
Protecting the mental health of our children and studentns is of paramount concern. Watch this interview with three young people to learn what's needed from their perspective.