Why Parents Shouldn’t Shoot the ‘Messenger’

We get it! No parent wishes to hear any bad news about their child in any form or fashion. Good news is always welcomed, but bad news is interpreted as a reflection of their parenting skills. This is false. Depending upon the age of that child, crossing lines and defying authority is always just a […]

Student Safety: What Should Parents Expect From Schools?

Traumatic brain injuries? In gym class? How often does this happen? According to a study released by the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, more than 60,000 U.S. students are hurt each year during gym class. A physical education teacher is expected to supervise children engaged in a multitude of exercise movements and activities in a […]

You Need to Know The Difference Between Gamification and Gameful Experiences

Educators are trying to be more creative in the classroom and make their instruction more relevant to learners. The push is to gamify learning. But before their efforts are met with measurable learning outcomes, they must better understand the difference between gamification and gameful experiences or gamefulness and the psychology behind both. A multi-disciplinary research […]

5 Ways to Help Your Family Member with PTSD

Don’t Give Up If you’re living with a family member who has PTSD, you’re at the frontlines of seeing the effects on your loved one. Sometimes, you might feel alone, scared, or confused. You might wonder how to help your loved one, or if there is anything you can even say or do to make […]