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While everyone knows they should eat healthier, not everyone realizes that there is plenty of evidence that healthy eating has an enormous, positive impact on how well you think. How to Apply It! 1) Focus on incorporating fruits, vegetables, complex carbo... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Attention

Regular exercise benefits body, mind, and mood. How to Apply It! 1) Doctors typically recommend exercising at least three times per week for 20+ minutes, though specific recommendations vary. 2) Benefits to the body include greater endurance, strength and... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Attention

Students will understand, remember and be more engaged if they are slightly out of their comfort zone but not too stretched that they feel confused or overwhelmed. How to Apply It! 1) To gauge where students are, have students re-tell or teach a concept in t... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning

Yoga and meditation are becoming increasingly popular for students in the classroom and after school as a way to reduce anxiety, improve attention and listening, and manage emotions. How to Apply It! 1) Yoga leads to better body awareness and offers a phy... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Attention

The brain consolidates learning and memory during sleep, so among many of the other health benefits of a good night sleep (preferably 8+ hours) is improved retention. How to Apply It! 1) Children will sleep better overall if they have a regular, daily slee... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Social Awareness Attention Verbal Memory Visual Memory

Adapt your use of screens to ensure that they are not interfering with a good night's sleep. How to Apply It! 1) Ideally screens should be turned off 2 hours before bedtime. Realistically, this might not be practical on school nights. As a general rule, ju... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Attention

While it is important for students to have activities out of school, too many activities can add unnecessary stress, particularly for students with anxiety or executive function weaknesses. How to Apply It! 1) Limit scheduled activities. In elementary schoo... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Anxiety Self-regulation Organization Attention

Teach students, particularly those with difficulty maintaining focus, to take frequent, scheduled movement or stretching breaks to refresh and sustain their attention. How to Apply It! 1) Explain why. It is important to take frequent breaks even though you... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Universal Design for Learning Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Self-regulation Working Memory Attention Processing Speed
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