I feel so good when I find someone expressing an idea that I can totally relate to. It’s like I’ve found a friend across Twitter and clicking that little heart is like shouting, “YES!” Yong Zhao of the University of Kansas earned a huge like from me for his July 16, 2018 blog post, “What... Continue Reading →
Calm down! Take it easy!
The everyday life of children and adolescents today is characterized by increasing sensory overload and high, often exaggerated demands on their performance and psychological capacity. It is not uncommon for young people to be under great pressure of expectations and to be unsettled in their self-esteem and self-image. The mental health of our students... Continue Reading →
What Your Kids Watch CAN Absolutely Hurt Them
Before I had kids, I’d hear parents talk about what their kids watched on YouTube. It was the beginning of the toy unboxing videos, and my nephews were obsessed with them. I remember thinking “Not my kid.” There was something about it that just seemed icky. I remember feeling the same way when preschools students... Continue Reading →