By Rita Platt Teaching students to set and meet goals is a skill that they will be able to use for the rest of […]Read more ›
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In the story, “A Study in Scarlet,” while introducing one of the most famous fictional characters of all time, Arthur Conan Doyle wrote (and Sherlock […]Read more ›
Scientists are beginning to uncover some powerful benefits of reading fiction. Reduced stress, deeper sleep and less memory loss but also recent neuroscientists have also discovered language found in fiction gives our brains a unique work out—giving those who read it, a distinct advantage over those who don’t.Read more ›
“Are you counting down?” Teachers hear this a lot this time of year. For the record, I’m not. I don’t. Yes, I know the end […]Read more ›