Tag: Students

14 Tips For Helping Students With Limited Internet Have Distance Learning

Schools across the nation are closing in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 and


Focusing on the Fifth Year to Help Students Graduate

“They still get a diploma, which is a good thing,” Rumberger said. “And it kind of


What Students Gain By Teaching Their Peers How to Meditate

“Meditation is the practice of observing what’s going on, without reacting to it. It’s the practice


Five Apps Students Can Use To Make Podcasts

“I can spend time helping students develop their stories rather than explaining the app,” says Amanda


How These Denver Schools Include Students with Disabilities, and Why More Could Follow

Class continues. Students don’t complain that they can’t see the board. The teacher doesn’t tell the


How a Program Can Help Students Re-enter School After a Mental Health Crisis

“Districts that are less resourced might be sharing one psychologist for the entire school district, or


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


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


How Making A Podcast Enriched Students' Lives | MindShift

A shot of self-confidence Deanna Hull was a driving force behind “Murderous Mary.” She says the