How To Apply The Brain Science Of Resilience To The Classroom

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A nonprofit called Turnaround for Children helps schools meet the needs of children facing poverty and adversity.

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Resources For Educators To Use In The Wake Of Charlottesville

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Teaching tolerance in a time of upheaval.

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A Plan For Raising Brilliant Kids, According To Science

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A developmental framework for building 21st century skills — no technology or money required.

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Technology Can Be A Tool, A Teacher, A Trickster

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Shaping technology to some form of learning could depart pretty radically from the more familiar aim of shaping technology to the way we are now, says psychologist Tania Lombrozo.

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Curious George: Bug Catcher

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Red Bugs. Yellow Bugs. Blue Bugs. Oh my! Come catch bugs and play along with Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat. Collect stickers for you scrapbook by playing different games with George!

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To Test Your Fake News Judgment, Play This Game

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The journalist who thought up this game says she saw the need before "fake news" was even in the vernacular.

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Fizzy's Lunch Lab: Exercise Song

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Run, jump, skip, hop! It doesn't matter what you do, as long as you're moving. Freezer Burn, from Fizzy's Lunch Lab, has the perfect song that you can groove too. After some dancing, you can enjoy some of Fizzy's favorite snacks!

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How To Earn Six Figures Without A Four-Year Degree

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An age-old practice with origins in medieval times, is now gaining traction again in the United States.

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Wilson and Ditch

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Come travel the country with Wilson and Ditch, you may even get the chance to see Rapid City and Mnt. Rushmore. You can also play some fun games, look at some comics, and create your own radio playlist!

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Wit, Not Witchcraft: Screening Shakespeare in Brandon Valley

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Teacher & coach Matt Christensen delivers the Bard to the emoji generation.

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GFP Offers Free Archery Training to Educators

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South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) recently announced an upcoming training for the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).

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Why Summer Jobs Don't Pay

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Facing the costs of college

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Dinosaur Train

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All aboard the Dinosaur Train! In this fun, interactive website, you will learn a whole bunch of different dino facts, play fun games, and watch some T-riffic dinosaur videos.

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Summer Reading For The College-Bound

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Lots of colleges have common reading programs; some are just for freshmen, and for others, the entire campus or local community joins in. What are college kids reading this summer? Here's a sampling.

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Full Time Kid: Slushies

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Are you sick of popsicles and ice cream yet? Try this fun slushy recipe! It's super easy, and you don't even need a slushy maker to make them.

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