In her latest Psychology Today blog post, Sandra Chafouleas offers educators and families strategies for rethinking students’ homework amid the pandemic.
Celebrating the holiday season brings a lot of benefits to individual wellbeing, but it can also bring a spike in pressure, perfectionism and family drama. Perhaps it is a good time to take advantage of the disruption to the way things have always been done, psychologists said.
Professor Sandra Chafouleas talks with NBC’s NECN about how important rituals are to the holiday season. Check out the video.
“Teachers are reporting leaving the field prior to retirement and the rates of stress are increasing across all teachers and increasing at faster rates for elementary school teachers,” Lisa Sanetti, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Connecticut, told And Another Thing.
Tracy Sinclair connects with CT Examiner on the increased diagnosis of autism. She says that better diagnostic tools allow doctors to diagnose children with autism as early as nine months — allowing these children to receive services as soon as possible.
Screen time for young children draws scrutiny https://www.registercitizen.com/middletown/article/Screen-time-for-young-children-draws-scrutiny-14116178.php
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