Our blog provides a closer look at the organization’s philosophy, pedagogy, and experiences of educator alumni through our framework of science, skills, and self-awareness of relationships and FuelEd's secret sauce.
Our own Dr. Kelley Munger speaks with Karen Doyle Buckwalter of the Attachment Theory in Action podcast where they discuss attachment relationships in educational settings.
FuelEd Partners Megan Marcus Dr. Kelley Munger speak with Mathew Portell of the Trauma Informed Educators Network podcast where they discuss developing trauma-informed educators.
Join Megan Marcus and Kelley Munger on the FuelEd team to talk about relationship-driven education, the science behind emotional intelligence, and what it means for us as we engage students and donors as delivered on the Fundraising Voices podcast from February 25, 2021.
We're excited to be presenting at the 4th Annual AT|N Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference this year happening from February 15th through the 18th.
Join Dr. Kelley Munger (researcher) and Megan Marcus, (founder) of FuelEd on the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, episode #105 with Andrea Samadi.
Join Dr. Kelley Munger (researcher) and Megan Marcus, (founder) of FuelEd on the Philanthropy United Podcast, season 01 episode #5 with Jessica Leila Adnani & Kendal Macumber.
At its core, anxious attachment styles involve amplification of stress behaviors in order to keep caregivers close and available.
A central feature of disorganized attachment styles is the experience of fear inside of early attachment relationships.
Of the attachment styles, secure attachment is primarily the experience of knowing and trusting a caregiver as a source of safety, soothing, and regulation.
At FuelEd, we love the concept of earned secure attachment (ESA) because it demonstrates the human capacity to heal and change relationship patterns across our lifespan.
At its core, avoidant attachment styles involve the minimization of stress in order to paradoxically keep caregivers close.
A fascinating and still-developing body of research is revealing that how our body reacts to and copes with challenges is influenced by our early experiences in relationships. From disorganized attachment to secure attachment, we'll review how your body reacts.
But true self-care may not be what you think.