For many students, spring isn’t just about sunshine and flowers. It’s also a nerve-wracking time to take standardized tests. In order to calm kids down, child psychologist Dr. Phyllis Ohr had some advice. She says that teaching mindfulness can help!
The year 2015 is well underway. How will you help your students set — and realize — achievable goals? By setting goals and measuring their achievements, students are able to see what they have accomplished and what they are capable of. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is the perfect holiday to teach students about GRATITUDE. In fact, child development experts have found that classroom teaching of gratitude has some wonderful benefits: Children enjoy school more and teachers experience less “burn out.”