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  1. Sar says:
    Conscious Discipline meets CASEL’s SELect Program designation, the highest designation for evidence-based programs, in the CASEL Guide to Effective Social and Emotional Learning Programs. This designation indicates that Conscious Discipline can play a central role in a school’s approach to promoting student social and emotional learning.
  2. Mitaur says:
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  3. Zurn says:
    Conscious, aware, cognizant refer to an individual sense of recognition of something within or without oneself. Conscious implies to be awake or awakened to an inner realization of a fact, a truth, a condition, etc.: to be conscious .
  4. Kerisar says:
    1. having awareness of oneself and of one's acts and surroundings. 2. a state of alertness or awareness characterized by response to external stimuli. 3. the part of the mind that is constantly within awareness, one of the systems of Freud's topographic model of the mind.
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  7. Sabei says:
    conscious: (Awake), adjective able to recognize, acute, alert, alive, animate, astir, breathing, endowed with life, enlivened, existent, existing, extant.
  8. Shagor says:
    Conscious is a Latin word whose original meaning was “knowing" or "aware.” So a conscious person has an awareness of her environment and her own existence and thoughts. If you're "self-conscious," you're overly aware and even embarrassed by how you think you look or act.
  9. Tegore says:
    Unconscious definition, not conscious; without awareness, sensation, or cognition. See more.

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