It is past mid-October and like always the school year continues at break-neck speed. This is about the time where the circles under the eyes begin to take on a bluish/charcoal colour. Noses start running. Stomachs cramp up.
Okay, maybe that’s just me. But still, I think it is good to remind our students (and ourselves) of the importance of sleep. Below is an interesting article that links different parts of the sleep cycle to different “sleep study skills”. Intrigued? Read on!
Sleep is learning, of a very specific kind. “Sleep Study Skills” can help our teenagers game the system — and get enough sleep.