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Science Shows the Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful People's Brains

Science Shows the Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful People's Brains | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it
The psychology of success, in one chart.
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Science Shows the Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful People's Brains

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The Spectrum of Neglect: Four Types of Unresponsive Care

The Spectrum of Neglect: Four Types of Unresponsive Care | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it
Using science as a guide, this interactive chart delineates four types of diminished responsiveness and their consquences in order to provide a useful framework for developing more effective strategies to protect vulnerable children from this complex challenge. The four short video clips below, each under a minute in length, are excerpts from the 6-minute video InBrief: The Science of Neglect.
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Information on four types of neglect, the effects of child development, and appropriate interventions.

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Five numbers to remember about early childhood development

Five numbers to remember about early childhood development | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it

Harvard's Center on the Developing Child came up with this interactive infographic that provides a succinct, simple explanation about the importance of each of those five numbers. Altogether, accor...


Via Jennifer Champagne
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Childhood development can be dramatically affected by increased exposure to trauma and/or stress - this is a great infographic!

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Tantrums, Meltdowns and More: Executive Dysfunction and Behavior | Executive Functioning | Types of LD

Tantrums, Meltdowns and More: Executive Dysfunction and Behavior | Executive Functioning | Types of LD | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it
Behavior problems like tantrums, meltdowns, and impulsiveness may be caused by problems with executive function in children with LD and ADHD.
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An important reminder that the cause of certain behaviors is not always what you think.

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How Early Experiences Get Into the Body: A Biodevelopmental Framework

This interactive feature explains how early experiences are biologically embedded in the development of the brain and other organ systems and have lifelong impacts on learning, behavior, and both physical and mental health. To do that in simple terms, it offers an organizing structure, or "biodevelopmental framework," for thinking about these particular biological and developmental processes and their long-term effects.
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This is an interactive resource (with six slides) on how early experiences affect your development and long-term wellbeing.

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How children’s brains develop – new insights

How children’s brains develop – new insights | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it
On April 16th, a remarkable, and probably the first-of-its-kind meeting took place at UNICEF New York. Sixteen (no coincidence with the date) neuroscientists discussed and debated the influence of ...
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36 Brain Breaks for Students - Infographic

36 Brain Breaks for Students - Infographic | The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Stress | Scoop.it
Brain breaks are short mind-body challenges that offer students a reprieve from routine learning activities. Not only are brain breaks fun, they’re a simple way to refocus students’ energy and get them back on track!

Via Beth Dichter, R.Conrath, Ed.D.
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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, April 12, 2014 10:25 AM

Here is something fun to offer your students! Thanks Beth!

Lee Hall's curator insight, April 14, 2014 4:27 PM

We all need a break now and then, but for some reason teachers think students can sit still longer than teachers will when they are in a class. Beth Dichter says, "If you find this version too difficult for your students you will find a simpler version of it at http://www.yourtherapysource.com/files/Roll_Some_Fun_Freebie2.pdf "

Mick D Kirkov's curator insight, April 18, 2014 4:02 AM

Kind of Isaac Asimov's Multivac decisions based on flipping a coin, "Heads or tails, gentlemen?" http://www.olivenri.com/machine_won_files/The_Machine_that_Won_the_War01.pdf

 

Educative, no doubt.