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15th December, 2016

How to Involve Children in Writing to Boost Creativity and Memory (by Sophia Anderson)

Digital technologies have helped children to develop writing skills in multiple ways. According to the results of a survey from Pew Research Center, 96% of the surveyed teachers agreed that digital technologies allowed students to share their work with a wider audience. In addition, the majority of teachers (76%) agreed that digital tools promoted greater collaboration among students.

Mindfulness - A Recent Classroom Study Shows Remarkable Results for Kids, Teens and Teachers
12th October, 2016

Mindfulness – Classroom Study Shows Remarkable Results for Kids, Teens and Teachers

Like physical health, mental health exists on a spectrum. We will all slide along that spectrum to varying degrees from time to time, and kids and teens are just as vulnerable to the dips. Increasingly (pleasingly!), research is focusing on the positive ways we can strengthen our mental health. In study after study, mindfulness meditation keeps coming up as a powerful way to do this.

Teens Making College Decisions – Parent Help Yes, Please
2nd August, 2016

Teens Making College Decisions – Parent Help? Yes, Please (by Julie Ellis)

Every parent wants his/her kids to become independent decision-makers. As they move into their teen years, it is definitely time for them to make choices and live with the consequences of those choices. They pick their friends, their activities, their high school elective courses, the clothes they wear, and a host of other things. We hope they will make wise choices, and often have to force ourselves to “let go” and bite our tongues when we believe a choice is wrong. It’s hard.

How to Make College Studying Easier & More Productive
29th February, 2016

How To Make College Studying Easier & More Productive (by Julie Petersen)

You’re buried in books. You haven’t slept in days. Your social life has practically ended, and you can’t remember the last time you showered. Nobody said that college studying was going to be easy. If it were, then what would be the point of getting the degree? But regardless of the amount of reading you need to do each night or the number of tests on your immediate horizon, you don’t have to sacrifice every other important part of your life to get good grades.

School Anxiety: Powerful Things That Adults Can Do
30th October, 2015

Dealing with School Anxiety: Powerful Things That Adults Can Do

Anxious kids are brave kids. They are creative, thoughtful and have the potential to light the world on fire, every one of them, often in unexpected ways. When anxiety takes hold though, it’s overwhelming. It can shut down their potential, their engagement with the world and their self-belief. It feels awful and life becomes more about avoiding anxiety than it does about embracing life in ways that flourish them. This can be turned around and although anxiety doesn’t generally go away, it can be managed so that it stays in the background and out of their way. For anxious kids, the important adults in their lives are a powerful ally in helping to make this happen.

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