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Content Teacher Discusses Benefits of Habits of Success Teachers at Roots

Roots teacher, Samantha Gambino, is a content-area teacher. She explains the value of having Habits of Success teaching peers to support the content-area work.

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Transcript: Samantha Gambino: they're having one-on-one conversations about like, behaviors, or maybe conversations with kids about their academics based on like, what their needs are. So we have a lot of scholars who will ask for a coach, and the habits of success team is there to like say, okay, what do you need my time for? Is it – do you need me to have a conversation because you're not focused, or you want to get more focused? Or like, you're having a feeling that your teacher can't address at that moment? So they're there to kinda like, help us with the social emotional part of it so that we can continue to just focus on content.

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