Social workers know self-care really needs to be prioritized when life gets challenging. Now is the time to think about what you need and start putting those ideas into regular practice.
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Everyone is feeling the strain of social distancing, and young children are no exception. Here are some tips to help your family adjust and get through.
Follow these tips from Colorado State University’s Early Childhood Center for some quick and easy, in-home gross motor activities for children and families.
Preventing the spread of the coronavirus has become the top priority for people around the globe. But there are other aspects of our health that are important for us to maintain.
“For a long time in education, we’ve been asking this question of ‘How do we fix our boys of color?’ And what these teachers have shown us is maybe we should be asking ‘How do we fix the system and let them be who they are?’”
In a world filled with stressors, mindfulness is essential in combatting the circumstances we face in our lives. But what does mindfulness look like? With these three activities, mindfulness is made simple and building resilience becomes second-nature.
Gupta’s exploration into how mindfulness and meditation are being used in personal and professional settings is part of a journal’s special edition focused on meditation and mindfulness in adult education.
Raj Trikha, a student in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, was selected as one of the cohort of VPR Fellows.
Chelsea Hansen sheds light on the importance of electronic accessibility and how her role supports the educational needs of individuals across campus.