"Social-emotional learning is an essential component in our day. I thought it would be entertaining and creative for students to reveal their emotions to their masks. They wrote second-person point-of-view letters to their masks to share a piece of their mind. Every emotion you can think of was shared behind their masks."
— Jamala Roper, 5th-grade literacy teacher, PS 179, Bronx
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