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Is Social Media to Blame for Poor Grades?

Do teenagers who frequent Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites perform worse academically? Scientists from Germany have looked into these worries. "Concerns regarding the allegedly disastrous consequences of social networking sites on school performance are unfounded," says Professor Markus Appel, a psychologist who holds the Chair of Media Communication at Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) [...]

By |2018-12-17T14:30:56+00:00December 17th, 2018|Categories: Technology, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Perfectionism Destroying Mental Health of Millennial Generation

It began at school, with A-star expectations and a horror of failure. Now we’re on social media platforms, locked into a game of mutually assured depression. During many job interviews, it’s common to be asked: “What’s your biggest weakness?” It’s a horrible question to respond to on the spot. We know it’s a trick, and [...]

By |2018-01-08T15:04:14+00:00January 8th, 2018|Categories: Mental Health & Wellbeing, Society & Culture|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Extra Hour of Screen Time Per Day Associated with Poorer Grades

www.gunnars.com An extra hour per day spent watching TV, using the internet or playing computer games during Year 10 is associated with poorer grades at GCSE at age 16 - the equivalent of the difference between two grades - according to research from the University of Cambridge. In a study published today in [...]

US to Research Growth Mindsets in Education

Earlier this year in the US, the White House issued a statement on their website saying that enhancing methods for measuring students’ mindsets should be a key focus in future educational research.   This signals a shift away from the traditional approach of purely assessing students based on their grades, or improvements in grades.   [...]

Teach Students Link between Thinking Patterns, Emotions & Behavior

Adding a mental health component to school-based health education programs could enhance health behaviors, reduce depression and improve grades. via Mental Health in High School: Teach Students Link between Thinking Patterns, Emotions & Behavior | Psych Central News.