When we run to our kids' rescue, we unintentionally communicate that we don't think our kids are capable of mastering the challenges they face. Try these simple ways to help your child be a better problem solver. @clairejlerner @PBSKIDS https://t.co/tEo6QKRVaA
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) September 29, 2022
5 year prospective study of 263 low-income children reports no association of the age at which a child gets a mobile phone and depressive symptoms, school grades, and reported and objectively assessed sleephttps://t.co/Ud9IiL0pwb pic.twitter.com/Kb9NPDaEmp
— Daniel Willingham (@DTWillingham) September 30, 2022
Narcissism is very different from healthy self-esteem, and it develops differently, too. Narcissists are constantly in comparison mode, believing that they’re better than everyone else—but also consumed by the need to prove their superiority. @lindy2350 https://t.co/Ei24E8klNB
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) October 1, 2022
What to do, and not do, when your child won’t go to school is from The Washington Post.
Community Schools Offer More Than Just Teaching is from The NY Times.
The Key to Getting Students Back in Classrooms? Establishing Connections. is from The NY Times.
October Resource Round-Up: Effective Communication with Parents and Guardians is from The Teaching Channel.