Tips for Educators
These two tips are for teachers to help your kids experience awe - and, in turn, focus less on themselves and more on the world around them.
These five research-tested guidelines are for administrators who want to help their students cultivate hope and a can-do attitude.
Teachers and administrators alike can follow these tips to create a caring school community.
When your students break the rules, don’t just punish them. Talk to them. Here, Vicki suggests three ways that teachers can start a dialogue with their middle-schoolers.
These three tips are for the administrators: on how to cultivate positive relationships and realize a safer - and more effective - school environment.
Schools, hospitals and non-profits need fathers too. Here are four ways for organizations to get the guys involved.
Seigel and Bryson, authors of “The Whole Brain Child,” share their strategies to help your kids develop better and more balanced relationships.
Megan Cowan, of Mindful Schools, provides instructions and a ready-to-read script for a mindfulness lesson. Use it daily - in your home or in your classroom - to raise more mindful kids.
Standing up to a bully might not automatically make your kid a super-hero, but these four tips for you just might make them feel like one.
Practicing gratitude is as simple as counting the things in your life that you feel thankful for. But here’s a tip - or two - for the teens who might need an extra boost.
If you want your middle-schooler to succeed, don’t do their homework. Instead, follow this advice to make them feel independent - and see how successful they can be on their own.
This article for parents and teachers tells us why students cheat - and what we can do to stop it.
Emotion-coaching your kids to more positive - and fewer negative - emotions in 3 steps. (Nobody said they were “easy”!)
Failing is scary enough without fear of being reprimanded for it. Here, Carter gives us some constructive ways to criticize our kids when they make mistakes.
Perfectionism researcher Randy Frost reminds us that it doesn’t hurt very much - or for very long - to fail. Here are 5 ways to quiet your inner perfectionist.
Forgiving isn’t about forgetting; it’s about learning how to let go. Christine Carter teaches us three ways to forgive - and how to feel happier, healthier, and more empathetic as a result.