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May 29, 2020

No Time? Teachers Can Still Practice Self-Care With This Simple Change

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

May 22, 2020

How to Help Students Manage Their Anger During 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.

May 15, 2020

Feeling Cranky? How to Regulate Your Emotions When Teaching From Home

To be cranky at a difficult time (like this coronavirus pandemic) is human; to understand and manage your emotions, sublime.

May 13, 2020

What I Wish Educators Knew About Mental Health

If you're concerned about your students' mental health while schools are closed, here is a valuable resource you should know about.

May 04, 2020

Helping Students Cope With Uncertainty: Advice From a Psychologist

Not knowing when things will go back to normal is hard. Here are suggestions on how to find comfort with ambiguity.

May 01, 2020

Sitting All Day? How Teachers (or Anyone!) Can Get Moving

Making a plan—and a contingency plan—will help you turn a new shelter-in-place-inspired exercise routine into a habit.

April 29, 2020

What a Psychologist Recommends If You Feel Alone in Your Suffering

When you feel like nobody understands how you feel, remember that in the most fundamental sense, it's "us against the pandemic."

April 23, 2020

The Best Way for Teachers to Manage Stress

The coronavirus pandemic has introduced a whole new level of stress for teachers and students. Here's what to do about it, according to psychologist Angela Duckworth.

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