Understanding student privacy laws is a daunting prospect. In this webinar, privacy expert Linnette Attai (PlayWell) explores California privacy laws, some of the strictest in the country. This webinar will help you to ensure you are compliant with student privacy, no matter what state you are in.
In January 2016, New York’s State Education Department announced that its exams will no longer be timed. The overhaul of the federally mandated English and math tests, which are taken by students from grades three to eight, follows concerns that students often struggle to finish within the allotted time. Instead of the tests taking 50 […]
There are many well-researched ways to reduce math anxiety. But perhaps one of the best places to start is with prevention. If you want to get your children hooked on math, and unafraid of numbers than the best thing to do is talk to them about the subject as much as possible. So here is […]
Students giving small gifts to their teachers at the end of the year is a longstanding and lovely tradition, a meaningful gesture of thanks and appreciation. For teachers, it’s not about receiving something valuable or expensive, but knowing that all their hard work has meant something to students and their parents. And increasingly, teachers are […]
I’ve had the same song stuck in my head for twenty years. It plays through my mind every time I take a road trip, get in a car with my parents or attempt basic multiplication. The melody’s nothing special – simple and repetitive – and I couldn’t tell you who wrote or even sang it. […]
Picture your body as a tiny planet. Each day it passes through distinct seasons: summery times of productivity and growth, low, quiet points of hibernation, and the rises and falls in between. These daily cycles are called circadian rhythms, and they affect bodily functions such as temperature regulation, respiration, digestion and the ability to process […]