A veteran teacher shares how he puts the latest research on growth mindset into action for his students in this guest blog by Jamie M. Carroll and David Yeager.


New research shows that teacher mindsets matter when it comes to racial inequities. Here's how to build a classroom culture that makes a difference.


What will kids do this summer? Here are some ideas on how to help your students plan when many jobs and internships aren't available because of the pandemic.


Want to better understand prejudice? Here are three underappreciated facts about implicit race bias you should know, according to psychological science.


In the past few weeks, the fabric of this country seems to be fraying. Angela Duckworth speaks to this moment.


The coronavirus has disrupted graduation ceremonies. Let's take advantage of the upheaval and rethink how we honor students.


Self-care isn't just physical; there's a mindset component, too. Self-compassion is key, says psychologist Kristin Neff.


What you say about the coronavirus depends on the child's developmental stage. Here are examples of the best age-appropriate language for discussing the pandemic.


Whether it's missing prom, graduation, or just hanging out with friends, there's a lot for kids to be angry about right now. This is how you can help them.


When it comes to choosing between keeping standards high and showing compassion, veteran teachers say to give students a little grace.


The opinions expressed in Ask a Psychologist: Helping Students Thrive Now are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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