According to research, the higher the students’ mental health, the better their educational performance. But by one estimate, as many as 80% of children needing help do not receive it.
Our contributors from a range of fields explain how simple improvements such as social media wellness, digital citizenship, reading, and brain science can make well-being an integral part of the learning process.
Promoting Social Media Wellness in a Digitally Disrupted World
Keeping kids socially, emotionally and physically safe online and in real life seems to be...
How We Can Use Brain Science to Inform Educational Innovation
Genuinely pursuing an integrated, whole-child approach to education will require substantial innovation in policies and...
The Power of Comics to Build Resilience
Powerful stories that tackle challenging issues through visual storytelling.
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Deep Learning in Language Learning
As language learning makes a sea change to online, users will come to expect personalized...
Girls’ Education in Nigeria
Why Having Safe Spaces for Girls Works
Safe Spaces is creating local opportunities for problem-solving and growth through its initiative to help...
How Should Schools Incorporate Happiness Into Curricula?
In a previous piece, I discussed the role of happiness as one of the purposes of...
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