Being considered ethical is crucial to being successful as a leader. David Pardey explains how to think about ethics to create a strong decision-making framework.
Helping children understand and reframe difficult emotions can go a long way to building resilience and countering unwanted behaviours. Janet Rose and Louise Gilbert share a powerful technique for helping both young people and adults improve their emotional intelligence.
Conflict appears in many guises and it is important for students to have the tools to resolve it and rise above behaviours that escalate or make a situation worse. Louisa Weinstein offers her 7 Principles of Conflict Resolution for use in the classroom.
Trolling is a form of online bullying that can devastate young people. But the more you look into it, the more disturbing it gets, with new evidence emerging that some young people are trolling themselves. It this a cry for help or a form of self-harm? Ken Corish investigates.
“Green is not the warmest colour” – Sue Lyle, explains how to use Philosophy 4 children to deal with jealousy (P4C).