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August 16, 2015

Leading From Within: Mindfulness Practices for School Leaders

Leaders have a great deal of stress flying at them day by day. Perhaps the recent explosion of research on mindfulness will help them lead with greater strength?

August 10, 2015

The Family Roots of Math Anxiety

Children learn what they live, particularly when it comes to loving or fearing mathematics, a new study finds.

August 09, 2015

Since Michael Brown, Police Shot and Killed 53 Teenagers. Who Were They?

Mischief, mental health issues and misunderstandings can be deadly for teenagers in encounters with the police.

August 05, 2015

Storytelling Can Predict Later Literacy in Black Preschoolers

But the link between "oral narrative" skills and early literacy was not seen in Latino, Asian, or white children, the study found.

July 29, 2015

Social Media: Is It Today's Modern Day Public-Shaming Venue?

In the book So You've Been Publicly Shamed, Jon Ronson examines the depths people will go to publicly shame someone else for a Tweet or Facebook comment gone wrong. Are you one of those people?

July 22, 2015

7 Words to Know When Helping Transgender Students

When the topic of the LGBTQ curriculum comes up in discussion, it brings about very strong feelings. The NY State Education Department's guidance on transgender students will certainly add fuel to the fire.

July 20, 2015

Do Students Have a Brand?

School leaders are beginning to brand their schools to share the positive messages about learning and open up the school walls to let parents in on the secret of school. But are we also responsible for branding students in a way that stifles them?

July 17, 2015

Are Oldest Kids Smarter? Are Younger Siblings More Outgoing?

Significant differences don't always equal meaningful differences, when it comes to birth order.

July 17, 2015

Why a 'Growth Mindset' Won't Work

John Hattie's research shows that growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset has an effect size of .19, which is below the Hinge Point, and the biggest reason why the growth mindset may not work is in the classroom.

July 12, 2015

Wish That I Could Be Like the Cool Kids

As much as we may try to be a part of one group, we don't totally feel comfortable, so we find that we are marginalized...sometimes even by our own doing. It happens to students all the time.

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