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Fostering Safety

Principle 2

The _______________________ has two components: the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. Autonomic nervous system
The _______________________ states that you need a medium amount of arousal/stress for optimal task performance. Yerkes-Dodson Law
______________________ is a tool for the Safety principle that states we must embrace differences in individuals to ensure that all are comfortable in our learning environment. Celebrate Diversity
______________________ is a five-stage model that includes self-actualization, esteem, love and belonging, safety and physiological needs. Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs
______________________ increases parasympathetic activity and lowers stress hormones, like cortisol. Music
Another Safety principle, Promote Play, focuses on nourishing the brain by using Kagan's ________________________. Silly Sports and Goofy Games
Evidence shows that __________________ improves test taking by reducing anxiety and putting students at ease. Humor
_____________________ reduce anxiety and increase positive social contact through touch and proximity. Handshakes
_____________________ is a tool that increases the oxygen to your brain, helps slow your heart rate and encourages a state of calmness. Relaxation Breathing
Research shows that regular _______________________ changes the functionality of the brain, making it more responsive to learning. Meditation
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