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Tag: Social and Emotional Learning

MHS Elementary School Introduces New Sensory Garden

Milton Hershey School’s elementary school students have a new creative way to stimulate their emotions and help them manage stress – an outdoor sensory garden. The garden was built over...

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5 Ways to Instill Empathy in Children

Featuring Diana Davis, MHS Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum Supervisor When we think of success, skills like collaboration, time management and critical thinking may immediately come to mind. While these...

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Milton Hershey School Incorporates Virtual Reality Technology into STEAM Curriculum

Computer Technology students prepare for future careers with new technology tools. As part of the Computer Technology career pathway in Milton Hershey School’s Career and Technical Education program, high school students...

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Student Voice and Student Choice: The 21st Century Approach to Teaching and Learning

To give students freedom in the classroom, Milton Hershey School is committed to problem-based learning. Through open-ended challenges, students at all grade levels choose how they’re going to solve a...

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Milton Hershey School STEAM and SEL Curriculums Receive National Recognition

National education writer Tom Vander Ark and author of the Getting Smarter blog recently highlighted Milton Hershey School’s STEAM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and arts) program as well as the...

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Self-Improvement Month: Building the Character and Leadership Employers Value

In a 2014 CareerBuilder study, 77 percent of employers surveyed said “soft skills” associated with workers’ personalities are equally as important as job-related skills. Employers are looking for people who...

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