Whether through physical education, health education, or health and nutrition policy within a school, learn about ways to promote and maintain student wellness.
- Research shows that breaks can provide more than rest. Use them to boost creativity, cognitive function, and social skills.
- Imagine a safe space where students with autism can go to calm their bodies and then get back to the business of learning.
- Suddenly, you’re not in the same physical space as your students. We asked teachers to share strategies for maintaining relationships—both peer-to-peer and student-teacher—when everything’s gone remote.
- Recess is often sacrificed to make room for more academics. The research says that’s a big mistake.
- Experts argue that recess is necessary for a child's social and academic development, and skipping it as punishment for misbehavior or to accommodate more seat time is a serious mistake.