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Teaching High School Psychology (Rob says: Kristin Whitlock sent me this news about the UTOPSS conference - what a GREAT line up! If you can possibly go, go!) Utah Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (UTOPSS) FALL CONFERENCE Date: Friday, October 23, 2015 Place: Westminster College, SLC, UT Time: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Cost: $50.00 (includes materials, continental breakfast & lunch) Registration due by: OCTOBER 16 TO REGISTER, go to: Unsimplifying Mental Disorders: Principles for Understanding and Teaching Abnormal Psychology, Rik Seefeldt—University of Wisconsin—River Falls Attitudes and Approaches for Diversity in the Classroom, Jen Simonds—Westminster College Homeless Youth in Utah: What We Know and What Is Being Done, Justice Morath—Salt Lake Community College Effective Methods in Teaching Sports Psychology, David Rockwood—Payson High School Using Myths to Teach Introductory Psychology, Annette Nielsen—Woods Cross High School AP Psychology, Dr.
Positive Thinking - How to Use Thoughts? A Strategy For Promoting Resilience In Children The Anxious Mind vs the Resilient Mind Do you foster an anxious mindset or a resilient mindset in your children or students? The USA is currently the number 1 most anxious country in the world with 27% of the population living with anxiety and depression.1 In Australia 20% of the population experience a mental illness in any year.2 In the UK 1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year and about 10% of children have a mental health problem at any one time.3 Thankfully these countries and many others have wonderful organizations to help people suffering from anxiety and depression and related issues. Catch, Challenge, Change: A Strategy For Promoting Resilience In Children Conclusion If we encourage children to really understand where feelings come from and look into how their minds work. Negative emotions exist, we all have them and they make us feel terrible but they do not need to define us.
Memory Games | Improve Memory Games Memory improvement is part of this memory game, the process can be done with few steps that can be easy and performed effortlessly. Many people have trouble remembering faces or names. How to remember things is only a technique that you need to utilize, for example to remember a face you just need to examine a person’s face discretely when you are introduced. Create an association between that characteristic, the face, and the name in your mind. Also when you are introduced, ask for the person to repeat their name. Also, after you leave the person, review the name in your mind several times. This memory game is going to activate some areas of your brain responsible for memory acquisition which therefore can help your memory improve.
I (Heart) School Counseling Mandalas | R E S U É L V E T E ¿Qué son? Mandala es una palabra de origen Sánscrito, que en su sentido más literal significa “círculo.” Los mandalas son representaciones arquetípicas y simbólicas del cosmos, dibujos complejos de espacios sagrados que suelen utilizar círculos inscritos en una forma cuadrangular y están formados por diversas figuras y formas geométricas normalmente simétricas. ¿Qué características tienen? Tienen un centro y los puntos cardinales contenidos en círculosEstán dispuestos con cierta simetría ¿Para qué se utilizan? Su principal objetivo es fomentar la concentración y atraer la energía para servir como apoyo esencial de la meditación. ¿Cómo se utilizan? Los mandalas pueden utilizarse como objeto meditativo (a través de la contemplación) para permitir la concentración de la vista en un solo punto; normalmente se observan durante 3 a 5 minutos. ¿Por qué utilizarlos? Los mandalas tienen diversos beneficios personales y terapéuticos entre los que figuran: ¿Dónde encontrarlos? Me gusta:
memory experiments Memory Experiments Here are some experiments and games to test your memory. Also, don't forget that there are some memory tricks and techniques at the end of this section! On-line Short Term Memory Games Grades K-12 Think you have a good memory? On-line "Simon Says" Memory Games Simon says, "Play These Games!" Try Game 1 with and without sound. Face Memory Test How good is your memory for faces? There are two versions of the test: Now You See It, Now You Don't Grades K-6 Let's test short term memory. Materials: Tray or plate10-20 small items (like an eraser, pencil, coin, marble, etc.)Cloth or towel to cover the trayPaper and pencils for your subjects to write down what they remember What's Missing This experiment is a variation of the previous experiment to test short term memory. Try it again giving the subjects more time to view all the items.Try it with less time. Tray or plate10-20 small items (like an eraser, pencil, coin, marble, etc.)Cloth or towel to cover the tray Who's Missing None
The Counseling Geek 101 Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself Before It’s Too Late This is your chance to live the life you wish you had. You could close down this article right now, pretend that you never saw it, and go on living your life as usual – but when do you plan on challenging yourself to live an even ‘bigger’, more meaningful, more fulfilling and deeper life? You see, many of us live our lives on autopilot. We are no longer piloting and steering our life and rather, we get into patterned and routined ways of living. The worst part is – we stop challenging ourselves to live a meaningful life – and we ‘settle’ for a comfortable life. If you feel that you are living on autopilot, then perhaps it’s time you asked yourself a few important questions. We often avoid asking ourselves ‘thought provoking’ questions because they could potentially push us out of our comfort zone. Once you become aware of the things in your life that require change – you become conflicted and can no longer pretend that everything is fine the way it is. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.