How Parents Can Help Improve the Quality of a Teen’s Sleep

Within three days of starting high school this year, my ninth-grader could not get into bed before 11 p.m. or wake up by 6 a.m. He complained he couldn’t fall asleep but felt foggy during the school day and had to reread lessons a few times at night to finish his homework. And forget morning activities on the weekends — he was in bed.
We’re not the only family struggling to get restful shut-eye.

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Vamos allá

No nos equivocaríamos si comparáramos el lenguaje con una caja de herramientas que vamos completando poco a a poco. Llegado el momento uno tira de melómano como el electricista lo hace del destornillador de estrella.

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The Case for Expanding the Definition of 'Personalization' to Meet the Needs of the Whole Child

Decades of research on child and adolescent development has shed powerful light on how we can best support student development. But here's what we should all find unacceptable: We have yet to widely reflect that learning in how we educate students in our schools. Personalized learning for the whole learner, EdSurge Fusion 2018’s theme, is how we can begin to educate through the science of learning and development.

Puro ego

Seguro que sabes un poco sobre la historia de la lengua española, ¿verdad? Si es así, no te sorprenderá saber que en español el 70 % de las palabras de uso común (o sea, sin incluir palabras técnicas) vienen del latín. Claro que, después de tantos siglos, la mayoría están un poquito cambiadas.

Existe, además, otro bloque de palabras y expresiones del latín que seguimos usando con la forma

The Power of Place: Exploring the Future of Readiness in a Local Context

Across the U.S and beyond, stakeholders invested in creating positive futures for young people face a critical window of choice. The rise of smart machines is altering the ways that humans can and will engage in the workforce in the future, and our notion of what constitutes a “job” is changing as work becomes more taskified and project-based. These shifts require us to look beyond our current definitions of readiness and redefine what today’s young people will need to thrive in the future.

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