Connections Between Home and School
relationships with family matter
Safety, Structure, Routines, Consistency, and Flexibility
BZ’s Emotional Language
Avoid Meltdowns, tantrums, frustration
Express feelings without anger or judgement
Simple nonverbal, nonjudgemental emotional language
Align expectations to emotional state
Establish agreed upon routines for
Syncing BZ and Home
BZ incorporates neural-friendly activities that can be practiced at home.
BZ Promotes Wellbeing
Develop prosocial and proactive behaviors
Prosocial behavior occurs when people act to benefit others rather than themselves, building empathy, cooperation, and unity. Research reveals that those who act pro-socially tend to be happier, healthier, and live longer.
Proactive behavior involves acting in advance of a future situation, rather than just reacting. When we know a child’s, or our own negative triggers, we can decide in advance how to cope or react in an acceptable manner.