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Should Teenagers Start School Later?

Should Teenagers Start School Later? | School start times Javier Raphael Sophia Andrew | Scoop.it
Could later start times lead to more productive school days?

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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My description is that schools around the world should start at 8:30 am because that is a time were teens are more active. This gives examples of reasons that parents like to have active children and more attentive in class than sleepy and lazy children. 

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valerie gleiser's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:31 AM

This article is good for the collection because it's age appropriate and it's easy to understand. Also, it has really good evidence and reasons. In addition, the grammar and spelling is good

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Why Teens Should Sleep In On School Days

Getting up for school was never an easy task. And for teens who need extra sleep, that's especially true. Laci reports on the science that argues all teens s...

Via valerie gleiser
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I chose this one cause she gives reasons for trying to pull back school times.

I also like it cause she proves that it also happens to her.

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valerie gleiser's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:07 AM

This article is really good because it is narrated by a teen in an understandable voice. It is a video that is convincing and friendly. It also has lots of pictures and good examples.

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Study finds later school start times improve sleep and daytime functioning in adolescents | PsyPost

Study finds later school start times improve sleep and daytime functioning in adolescents | PsyPost | School start times Javier Raphael Sophia Andrew | Scoop.it
Julie Boergers, Ph.D., a psychologist and sleep expert from the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center, recently led a study linking later school start times to improved sleep and mood in teens.

Via Deborah McNelis, M.Ed
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I chose this article because I show evidence, information from an expert and good reasons that are very convincing. This article has alot of potential in convincing schools because of the expriments and other things concerning the topic. This could help schools around the world conduct expiriments on their schools and potentialy help students be better in school.

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Deborah McNelis, M.Ed's curator insight, January 16, 2014 8:21 PM

"Daytime sleepiness, depressed mood and caffeine use were all significantly reduced after the delay in school start time. The later school start time had no effect on the number of hours students spent doing homework, playing sports or engaging in extracurricular activities."

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The Impact of Early School Start Times on Teens

Since the 1990’s, school districts across the country have utilized a tiered bus system and staggered school start times to save money.


Via Carol Simeone Dip LC (Inst LC)
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My description is that this source supports high school students to start school at 8:30 am. The research shows that schools that start at 8:30 am have a decrease of 16.5% less accidents. Scientists say that high school students that don't sleep much have more possibility to use alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.

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» Later School Start Time Linked to Improved Sleep, Mood in Teens - Psych Central News

» Later School Start Time Linked to Improved Sleep, Mood in Teens - Psych Central News | School start times Javier Raphael Sophia Andrew | Scoop.it
A new study finds that a later school start time significantly reduced daytime sleepiness, depressed mood and caffeine use in adolescents. Furthermore, the

Via Amalia Liogas
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This article gives very good reasons to the topic 'school should start later'. It explains the pros and cons and gives examples. It shares true examples with teenagers.

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Parents Of Sleep-Deprived Teens Push For Later School Start Times - NPR (blog)

Parents Of Sleep-Deprived Teens Push For Later School Start Times - NPR (blog) | School start times Javier Raphael Sophia Andrew | Scoop.it

Parents Of Sleep-Deprived Teens Push For Later School Start Times NPR (blog) A new poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health finds that 50 percent of parents of students in high school report a start...


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My description is that this article highly suggests high schools to start at a later time. That means that students are waking up very early and don't have time to brush their teeth and eat breakfast. It also allows for students to do their homework and decreases the amount of car crashes.

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valerie gleiser's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:05 AM

This article is good for the collection because it's not that complicated to understand and the language is age appropriate. Also, it has some really good evidence and reasons. In addition, it's not long.

 

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Experts Make a Case for Later School Start Times

Getting adequate sleep is critical to brain development, memory function, and cognitive skills in children and teenagers, experts and advocates tell a symposium in Maryland. Pushing back school start times helps ensure that they get enough rest.

Via Lisa Sayles Kraiza
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I chose this article because it has many evidence to why schools should start later. This article is from experts and advocates that know how important rest is for children and teenagers during their learning time. They explain every reason, and say how our mind would work, better, faster, and more apropiatly

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valerie gleiser's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:13 AM

  This article is good for the collection because strong opinions are supported with good examples. There is also proper grammar and spelling plus they talk about solutions to start school later which benefits lots of people. The article is written in age appropriate language that everyone can understand and its really detailed and not so plain or extreme.

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Schools let sleepy teens lie in - New Brunswick - CBC News

Schools let sleepy teens lie in - New Brunswick - CBC News | School start times Javier Raphael Sophia Andrew | Scoop.it
Some school boards in Canada are switching to later start times to help sleepy teens.

Via Teresa McDaniel, valerie gleiser
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I chose this is written in age appropriate language.

And it you says    proper grammar and spelling.

pless it aligned with common sense.  

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valerie gleiser's curator insight, May 13, 2014 11:37 AM

  This article is good it gives opinions and examples from students that school should start later. At the end of the article there are also some links to go to other reliable websites. I thought that the article was really convincing which is something that most articles need to be good. The article made sense to me it had proper language and spelling and lots of evidence that was convincing to start school later.