In this week’s blog for Choices, I share some tips and resources for getting a classroom meditation practice started. You can check it out here.
In this week’s column for Choices, I share some thoughts on what makes an effective health curriculum for 21st century learners. You can check it out here.
Kids have been hearing about Ebola everywhere lately, so naturally they’ve got a ton of questions – and lots of misinformation as well. It’s important that we know the correct way address concerns when they pop up so we can help alleviate any anxiety. From the Washington Post comes this useful and well written article- 5 tips for talking
Video games are bad for you? That’s what they said about rock-n-roll. -Shigeru Miyamoto We’ve just completed a new project where the students took health information and created their own infographics. It turned out to be a lot of fun, and a great learning experience for all of us. From Bridget, one of my
In this week’s column for Teen Being – the blog for Choices, Scholastic’s awesome health magazine for teens, I share a lesson on positive prevention for cyberbullying. You can check it out here.