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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.

Self-Awareness

Part 2 - Real Talk: Practice of Genuineness

In our “Real Talk” blog series, we defined what genuineness means and discussed the two main steps to take in order to improve your sense of being genuine. We also touched on the principles of fear and risk — this valuable information is just the beginning!

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Self-Awareness

Part 1 - Real Talk: Practice of Genuineness

Fortified in silence, our genuine selves remain imprisoned, haltering our growth and hindering our relationships. Does it have to be this way? When life's relationship problems assail us and the risks of being true to ourselves seem so daunting, is our only option to clamor up and close off?

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Self-Awareness

FuelEd’s Guide to Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Throughout the years, the term, “Social Emotional Learning” or SEL has gained significant traction. Whether you’re a teacher trying to figure out how to implement it in your classroom, a school leader working to improve school climate, or a district leader looking into how you can reduce student discipline—lots of folks in education are talking about SEL. But what exactly is it?

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Self-Awareness

What Is Trauma-Informed Teaching?

In order to see each other, in all our complexity, we must first work to see ourselves more clearly.

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Skills

The Great Resignation Comes for Teachers

Since the pandemic, our education systems have experienced multiple crises at the same time including high teacher turnover, increased burnout, and falling retention rates. But at FuelEd, we help school systems navigate these problems.

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Science

Couselor Accents - Podcast

In this episode, Counselor Accents speak with Megan Marcus and Kelley Munger from FuelEd about:

  • how educators can heal student trauma through relationships, and the need for educators to first do their own healing
  • how equipping educators with relationship skills can make school counselors jobs easier and better
  • how the best student SEL is actually educator SEL
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Science

Better Leaders Better Schools - Podcast

In this episode of the Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast, host Daniel Bauer speaks with Megan Marcus of FuelEd to offer a "Leadership Wake-Up Call".

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Science

Understanding Avoidant Attachment Styles

At its core, avoidant attachment styles involve the minimization of stress in order to paradoxically keep caregivers close.

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Science

How Does Neuroscience Intersect With Education? - Podcast

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.

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Science

Understanding Disorganized Attachment Styles

A central feature of disorganized attachment styles is the experience of fear inside of early attachment relationships.

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Science

Understanding Secure Attachment

Of the attachment styles, secure attachment is primarily the experience of knowing and trusting a caregiver as a source of safety, soothing, and regulation.

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Science

Earned Secure Attachment

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.

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Science

Understanding Avoidant Attachment Styles

At its core, avoidant attachment styles involve the minimization of stress in order to paradoxically keep caregivers close.

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Science

Understanding Anxious Attachment Styles

At its core, anxious attachment styles involve amplification of stress behaviors in order to keep caregivers close and available.

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Science

Attachment Styles And Your Stress Response

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.

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Secret Sauce

Why Self-Care For Teachers Is Crucial

But true self-care may not be what you think.

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Secret Sauce

How To Transform School Culture - A Journey With FuelEd

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