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Spokesperson clarifies that American Psychological Association does not endorse routine data sharing

I provide an update of the recent blog post about a researcher requesting a small set of variables to verify claims appearing in an article published in an APA journal. 2,102 more words

Awe...been awhile?

When was the last time you were filled with awe, wonder, mystery? When was the last time you were so inspired that your response was a catch in the throat,  a whispered ‘awesome’ or a shouted ‘whoop’! 405 more words

Resilience in the Face of Extreme Challenge

My life has not been easy.  Over the past 60 years, there have been very few periods of time when I haven’t been faced with some kind of major adversity (or too often, several at once): a parent dying when I was just 10 years old, the loss of a large business due to treachery from a trusted employee, challenging relationships, severe financial problems, major illness in those I felt responsible for… and most recently, the suicide of the love of my life. 767 more words

Coping Skills & Resiliency

Feeling A Little Stress This Election Year? You're Not Alone

DENVER (CBS4) – If you’re feeling a little uneasy about the election, you’re not alone. Surveys show most Americans are stressed out about this election. 221 more words


Understanding Anxiety and How to Control It

This post is based largely on an article by Linda Geddes in the Feature Section of the 8 October 2016 issue of the “New Scientist” titled “Why we worry:  Understanding anxiety and how to control it”.  500 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Final Presentation Edu605

Learning about my students is important when differentiating instruction (Tomlinson, 2012).  The issue of differentiating instruction is that it can be challenging as we face a variety of students’ needs in the classroom (Loeser, 2016).   125 more words

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When I began developing the mind map 8 weeks ago, I had very little information to share on the mind map because differentiated instruction was new to me.    219 more words

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