Blog Resources

Our Blog Resources are written by educators, and professionals who use the SEJ Process with children and young adults.

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Love in Education -  Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

Should we reward attendance or should we do the SEJ? - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer 

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Is exclusion the only way to avoid problems? - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi -Senior Lecturer , Education Development Volunteer

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Examinations and Assessment- who are they for?  -  Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

Questioning is the key to finding Solution.  - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

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Being liked as a teacher Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

What's in the name? - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer Education Development Volunteer

Students:

Labelling students needs to have a health warning  -  Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi  - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

Wrong course wrong student  - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

Broken projector or broken projection?  - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

The SEJ and its application:

I am too afraid to live... -  Jacqueline Mary Phillips- D.Hyp;Mhf

Being honest - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer

How are the limiting beliefs created? - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer 

Mental Health Awareness Week and the SEJ - Dr Mariko Howard-Kishi - Senior Lecturer, Education Development Volunteer