Category Archives: Education

Power Sessions

With summer school starting soon or a summer with goals that are eager to manifest, get your tasks or work done more efficiently and quickly by doing focused bursts of work. We call them Power Sessions. Whether this be tasks that need to get done or actual school work, the brain will stay more focused...
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Grounding

You hear about grounding and how we all need it, but outside of a term that yogis use, what is grounding? Why do we need it? Is it worth adding to our already filled to-do lists? First, let’s pump it up, so we have a reason to care. According to an article in the Journal...
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Using Self-Reflection as a Tool to Achieve Goals…

School years are coming to an end. Self reflect while everything is still fresh. What worked? What didn’t? Most students want to move on and enjoy summer. By the time the next term comes around, memories lapse and old habits kick in. In order to use metacognition, or the fancy term for thinking about thinking,...
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Prepping for Online Finals

Finals are looming and online learning is shifting how finals are not only being administered, but the content. Teachers and professors are testing application rather than rote knowledge since you can’t look up application as easily. Others are going to essay formats. Here are a few tips to get through finals as painlessly as possible...
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Effectiveness of Blue Light Glasses

Eye strain? Headaches? Staying up and not sleeping long enough? Most of our students are online for a significant amount of their day with school, homework, and hobbies like video gaming and social networking requiring an increased amount of screen time. I’m feeling the impact of eye strain going 100% virtual, and my students are...
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