When parents and teachers communicate, they can partner to support children's learning.
We remember acts of goodness, compassion, and bridge-building from the past year.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
How can you tell if a scientific study about the pandemic is valid and useful? We have some tips.
Tired of living with coronavirus restrictions? You're not alone. But here's why we need to persevere.
Can parents and educators support opportunities for children to play, when so many of their activities are restricted by COVID-19?
According to Jacob Hess, talking across our political differences is the hardest mindfulness practice of all.
The election is over, but many young people will need help understanding what just happened.
A therapist explores the psychology of coming back from the big pandemic pause.
Accepting our mortality helps us let go of busyness and focus on what’s most important to us in order to live a happier, more meaningful life.
New research compares the benefits of expressing gratitude by text, by video, and face-to-face.
A new book explains the root causes of burnout and why we won’t solve them without changing work culture.
This month, embrace change and new experiences.
Our contributors award "Greater Goodies" to the TV shows that helped them to get through the pandemic.
Boredom can be a temporary emotion or a sign of a deeper issue, says a school psychologist.
Angry or overheated when talking about emotions? Try these steps: Chunk it down, pause, reflect.