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Create Classrooms Where Emotional Safety is Your Top Priority with Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

More than ever, a child’s emotional development is considered a key factor in their educational success. If you work with children, isn’t it time to stop managing behavior and start creating an emotionally safe learning environment where academic excellence can thrive?

What if you had proven communication skills and classroom conflict resolution techniques to maximize student potential by fostering emotional safety first? Imagine building these critical skills into your existing school curriculum — and actually enjoying reduced stress, improved cooperation, and substantially improved academic results.

Our communication and educator books offer educators, homeschoolers, mentors, child care providers, and school administrators proven, well-researched curriculum. Each resource is filled with customizable exercises, activities, charts and cutouts to create lesson plans for a single day or an entire school year.

“The brilliant ‘no-fault classroom’ concept could revolutionize the comparison-based identity culture of our schools today. A must read for all educators!”

Stephen R. Covey, author, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness

 

Learn Effective Communication and Curriculum to:

  • Maximize the individual potential of all students
  • Strengthen students' interest, retention and connection to their work
  • Improve school safety, trust and co-operation in your classroom
  • Strengthen classroom and teacher-parent relationships
  • Reduce work-related stress

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NVC gives teachers easy steps for peaceful communication and a new way to work with children and parents.

Barbara Moffitt – Executive Director, National Center for Montessori Educators

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