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Blog Posts August 12, 2020

Return to Learn: Supporting Social and Emotional Needs of Students in Hybrid Educational Models

2020 has been a year of transition.  Uncertainty has been the cornerstone of this season as we navigate through challenges brought on by Covid-19 this past February.  This has greatly increased anxiety related to health and stability, losses of various kinds and a general lack of ability to make concrete plans.  Restoring safety and predictability […]

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Blog Posts August 2, 2019

When Classroom Disruption May Not Be Just “Bad Behavior”: How Adverse Childhood Experiences Can Negatively Affect Students’ Engagement at School

An ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) score (0-10) represents exposure to different categories of abuse, neglect and other traumatic events prior to the age of 18. Almost HALF the nation’s children have experienced at least one or more types of serious childhood trauma which can negatively affect their ability to engage in group learning. While collaboration […]

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Blog Posts May 26, 2017

Want Better Learning in Your Classroom? Move

The idea that students who are sitting still and intensely focused on their work are learning more is behind us. Research makes it abundantly clear that movement and learning are connected. In fact, movement is not only healthier for students, it improves their success rates. A recent NY Times article entitled Why Kids Shouldn’t Sit […]

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