Athletics Complement Education – Year Round

By Drew Altizer, CEI Intern The Olympics are here and we are all basking in the thrill of the race, most often from the spectator stands via remote control. However, we really get more benefits when we participate! To the parents weary about their child getting head injuries and the students who think they don’t
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Using Gaze Aversion to Improve Metacognition

By Kathleen Sciarappa, CEI Educational Consultant. When a difficult question is posed, do you look left or right while thinking about your response? Do you look up or down as you consider your answer? When you avert your gaze does the listener realize you are thinking and give you more time for a response? To explore
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Yoga for Children: A Good Idea?

Yoga for children is taking off in schools, studios, and hospitals across the country as educators and parents look for new activities that can help kids relax, focus,and improve their flexibility, motor skills, and even their behavioral problems. While research on the benefits of yoga for kids is limited, studies and anecdotal reports suggest that
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