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How Sleep Impacts Students’ And Teachers’ Social Emotional Health

How sleep impacts students’ and teachers’ social emotional health


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  • Dr. WiSH (William S. Hesse, Ph.D.) and co-authors Dr. Chris Lineberry, Cindy Boyum, Dr. Tas (Teresa A. Smith)   |   and guest student authors Makenzie K., Amelia F., Ryan L. Alison P. and Jarom L.
  • April 28, 2021

Over the last few decades, we have seen a great increase in the research around sleep and the impact it has on day-to day-life.  Researchers have studied it with regards to weight gain, athletic performance, driving safely and more.  Recently…

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Increasing Tolerance In Students Who Have Experienced Trauma

Increasing tolerance in students who have experienced trauma


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  • Dr. Chris Lineberry   |   with co-authors Dr. William S. Hesse (Dr. WiSH), Dr. Teresa A. Smith (Dr. TaS), and guest student author Lauren C.
  • March 3, 2021

Our paradigm of education was shattered in a two-week period in March, and as a result superintendents, principals, teachers and paraprofessionals worked to cram years of progress and innovation into days in order to be able to meet the needs…

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How Social Emotional Learning Helps Build Online And In-person Connections For Students, Teachers

How social emotional learning helps build online and in-person connections for students, teachers


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  • BY DR. WISH – WILLIAM S. HESSE, PH.D.   |   WITH CO-AUTHORS DR. LYNN MILLER, DR. TERESA A. SMITH, KENDRICK THOMAS, CINDY BOYUM AND GUEST STUDENT AUTHORS HAYDEN L. AND MAKENZIE K.
  • September 23, 2020

Teachers in school districts all over the country are asking the powerful question, “How do you stay connected with students during distance learning?” From the time of Socrates, teachers have shaped the intellectual and moral compass of our society by…

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Eat Your Medicine: Nutrition’s Impact On Learning, Behavior And Social Health

Eat your medicine: Nutrition’s impact on learning, behavior and social health


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  • Dr. WiSH - William S. Hesse, Ph.D, Maureen Pisanick of Pisanick Partner, LLC - a team of Registered Dietitians and nutrition services directors   |   With co-authors Dr. Chris Lineberry, Jen Guerrette and Kylene Bogden
  • July 15, 2020

Many of us have been forced to slow down a bit over the past few months. We are suddenly working from home and unable to go to the gym. Crafting with our kids more than ever before. While there is…

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Building Healthy Communities: Redefining School Culture

Building healthy communities: Redefining school culture


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  • Dr. WiSH - William S. Hesse, Ph.D.   |   WITH CO-AUTHORS - DR. CHRIS LINEBERRY, KENDRICK THOMAS, JEN GUERRETTE, STEFANIE CALENS AND MALEESA DEE MEYERS | & SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WELLNESS ADVOCACY TEAM (SWAT) PRESIDENT NEIL K. AND VICE-PRESIDENT Dominique L.
  • June 16, 2020

Building Healthy Communities is a concept quickly being embraced throughout America, and this effort to unite communities and schools improves the well-being of all stakeholders. What has an ideal world looked like for the past few months? What will an…

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Emotional Intelligence: How To Express Yourself Responsibly

Emotional intelligence: How to express yourself responsibly


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  • Dr. WiSH – William S. Hesse, Ph.D   |   With co-authors Dr. Ann Davis and Cindy Boyum
  • March 4, 2020

Creating a world where all people can express themselves responsibly sounds like a dream. If this became reality, our world would be a different place. So how do we help increase young people's emotional intelligence so they learn how to take…

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Cyberbullying: What It Looks Like For Different Ages

Cyberbullying: What it looks like for different ages


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  • By Dr. WiSH – William S. Hesse, Ph.D.   |   With co-authors Dr. Ann Davis and Shannon Woodruff
  • February 5, 2020

Forty years ago, a child could go home from school to escape his bullies. But today, cyberbullying can occur around the clock through the use of social media, texting, videos, email and other technology. Cyberbullying is one of the biggest…

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Increased Anxiety During Testing And How To Fight Back

Increased anxiety during testing and how to fight back


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  • Dr. WiSH – William S. Hesse, Ph.D.   |   with co-authors Dr. Chris Lineberry, Shannon Woodruff and Cindy Boyum
  • December 11, 2019

Students and teachers are experiencing stress as they prepare for final exams and benchmark tests nationwide, but there are simple tools schools can use to reduce that anxiety. While eliminating recess, cutting back on electives, focusing on core content areas,…

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