If we’re really going to move the needle in getting students into college and careers it’s clear that making deep human connections is the key. And the better the connection, the more likely it is to lead to the kind of student achievement we’re all after. So, how can that happen? And how can we … Continued
I noticed a clear counter-theme running through a recent conference: teacher after teacher lamented the time required to establish a productive connection with each student. Good teachers know that creating this connection is worth the time, right? So, why the frustration? “Personalization” was the conference theme, with dozens of promising products and methods put forth. … Continued
Dr. Dennis Deaton discusses Teen Victim Patterns on the Matt Townsend Show. http://www.byuradio.org/episode/0d0f0936-6da3-4d91-a60a-e54281c7b380?playhead=3482&autoplay=true
Dr. Deaton talks about pioneering the movement to help teens understand how to take control of their own emotions, relationships, and goals on the Fresh Living segment at KUTV in Salt Lake City. Click on the link below. http://www.kutv.com/fresh-living/features/main/stories/Teens-Emotions-78234.shtml#.VQH1_47F-Sq
More colleges and universities are considering discarding the SAT and ACT requirements for applications, raising questions regarding the value of these standardized tests.
One of the key ways to optimize student performance and help them achieve their goals is by helping them visualize outcomes.