Marlboro students get head start on ‘adulting’

MARLBORO — Third graders Kristen Tsim and Daniel Martinez took cookie cutters and pressed them down on slices of cinnamon raisin bread. A few seats away, students mixed a bowl of blueberries and yogurt, scooping them into plastic cups. “It’s like we’re real chefs,” Martinez said.  “We’re making food like in a restaurant.” The Robertsville Elementary School…

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9 Ways to Test and Improve Your Emotional Control

Emotion regulation can be yours with this new, research-based approach. Posted Apr 11, 2017 Every time you “lose it,” whether by becoming overwhelmed by anger, laughter, or anxiety, your happiness and your relationships stand to suffer. It’s okay for toddlers to become instantly enraged when a sibling takes a toy away from them, or for teenagers to get a case of the giggles…

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Students have trouble judging the credibility of information online, researchers find

Education scholars say youth are duped by sponsored content and don’t always recognize political bias of social messages. Stanford University November 23, 2016  When it comes to evaluating information that flows across social channels or pops up in a Google search, young and otherwise digital-savvy students can easily be duped, finds a new report from…

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