When Kids Realize Their Whole Life Is Already Online is a thought-provoking piece in The Atlantic about the reality of coming of age in a digital world.
7 Skills Students Will Always Need is a thoughtful guide featured in TeachThought for educators wanting to strengthen the student acquisition of life skills in their teaching practice.
How can you help your students develop into better readers? KQED's Mindshift's Building Teens Into Strong Readers — By Letting Them Teach has some suggestions.
Attention parents and teachers This Happy You Happy Family article might just have the answers you've been looking for: Want to Raise Smart, Kind Kids? Science Says Do This Every Day
The 10 Most Uplifting Songs in the World, According to Science will help you get your groove on, while brightening your mood. Why not play some of these songs in class?
And a bonus resource that is too good not to share...
Stop Breathe & Think is a fantastic mindfulness app (or rather, two apps, one for all ages and one specifically targeted to kids ages 5-11) offering free premium membership to teachers along with tools (posters, check-in worksheets, and more) to help with incorporating meditation and mindfulness into your classroom.
What articles, blogs, or podcasts caught your attention this week? We'd love to hear from you!
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