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It's Different Now
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adults either did not experience at all or did not experience in the same way as youth today. Athletics As a parent of athletes, I see the benefits of athletics, including physical outlets, learning to work with others, setting goals, increasing serotonin...
Mixing Up the Teams: All Students Deserve the Very Best
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two soccer teams. One is populated by all of the strongest, fastest, toughest, athletic students. These kids attend practice every day after school and work out on their own in the evenings and on the weekends. They eat healthy food and receive the best medical...
Accentuate the Positive
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when I was still in high school—training classmates for their respective sports, coaching at summer camp, and working with kids in the neighborhood. Fortunately, I had some great role models including Coach Bill Long who taught me about professionalism, focus,...
Middle Level Interscholastic Sports Programs
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sports competition? This continues to be a perplexing question for administrators and other stakeholders who are responsible for the health and safety of young adolescents who participate in these sports. This We Believe (2003) states that "intramural and...
Social Revolution Through Sports
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teams, which included students from different social circles. He was not in one of the "popular" groups at his school, but being a member of the sports team and interacting with his teammates made him feel better about himself. When people wear the same jersey,...
Middle Level Students: The Unified Generation
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as adults, have to realize is that schools are the students' domain, and they experience life within the school walls differently than the adults, so we must listen and provide them the support and opportunities to become active citizens. We must provide paths for...
Empathetic Consciousness
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adults’ much lower level of resilience often makes working through such challenges more difficult. Educators of middle level students often discuss what it means to be a parent of an adolescent and how we need to communicate with this understanding foremost...
It's More Than Books
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When I taught middle school language arts, one of my students, Matthew, would complain that he was not able to give an explanation about or summarize the poems we were reading in class. However, every Monday he would spend the first part of class talking to...
Middle Schoolers Must Play
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when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play." —Heraclitus (554 – 483 BC) As middle school educators, we see a growing population of adolescents who struggle with executive skills and social problem-solving. We believe the struggle with both constructs...
Caring for the Whole Student
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teams make. This is how we do it. Daily Conversations Grade-level teams meet daily for one period during the school day to plan interdisciplinary units, analyze data, discuss student concerns, meet with students and parents, plan extracurricular trips,...
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