In the past, resilience has been used as the main predictor for educator burnout – but not anymore. Our studies have shown that measuring individual and collective Hope levels is more accurate at predicting educator burnout.
In a short clip, which is transcribed here, Dr. Hellman shares the impact of hope on school staff. Dr. Hellman’s revolutionary work on hope methodology is presented in every My Best Me lesson.His revolutionary work is infused in every My Best Me lesson.
A key component of nurturing hope involves creating a pathway with students. This pathway helps them reach their goal and shows them that success is possible and probable! Read our blog to learn more on the importance of pathways for teaching students to hope.
To know what ‘better’ looks like for the student, it is key to help them define what they want to accomplish by setting a goal. Read to see the power in personally relevant goals and trauma-informed guidance.
Teachers, your day to day life is demanding! It’s time to take a look at how you can juggle all the balls of home life and school life without having them crash down on you.
There are many things to consider when seeking a scholarship to aid in college expenses. If the task seems too great, here are answers to a few questions to get you started.
Summer was filled with late nights, extra treats, and unstructured days. But those don't support healthy learning now that school is starting again. Here are some tips for the transitions relating to sleep, nutrition and routines.
Multimedia learning provides so much more than plain text, both in content and in benefits for students! Here are four ways multimedia learning helps students succeed in their learning journeys.
Just as our bodies get out of shape, our minds can get out of shape over the summer if we don’t engage them and keep them active. Here's a few ways to keep those young brains active over the summer time!