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Five Best Practices Teachers Can Learn from Dungeon Masters | MindShift

Sarah Roman, who uses D&D with her high school English students, draws parallels between the work


Researchers Link Autism To A System That Insulates Brain Wiring | MindShift

The finding could help explain why autism spectrum disorders include such a wide range of social


California Considers Permitting Students Excused Mental Health Days | MindShift

“It’s not the time to be shy. It’s the time to bring these conversations out of


How Strengthening Relationships with Boys Can Help Them Learn | MindShift

To support boys in our classrooms, Reichert points to one robust, consistent finding from his 30


How Starting School At 3 p.m. is Improving Some Teens' Lives and Grades | MindShift

Senior Taylor Burford taps away at her English term paper: a review of a historical fiction


Why Focusing On Adult Learning Builds A School Culture Where Students Thrive | MindShift

“How do you create the kind of challenge so people don’t get comfortable, but are constantly


How 'Slow Looking' Can Help Students Develop Skills Across Disciplines | MindShift

Eight seconds — that’s the latest estimate of the length of the human attention span. The push to cover


When Teens Share Tech Skills With Seniors, Both Can Feel More Connected | MindShift

As a new mom herself and busy with work, Lopez said she wanted to be able


What Happens in Your Brain When You Make Art | MindShift

“Creativity in and of itself is important for remaining healthy, remaining connected to yourself and connected


Relationships Are Important. How Do We Build Them Effectively With Kids? | MindShift

“The goal is not just a nice relationship, it’s a developmental relationship,”Pekel said. And while caring