The use of technology in the classroom has changed students learning experiences in many positive ways. But can we still benefit from using classic teaching tools to help students share ideas? History teacher Raleigh Werberger explores how classic tools like post-it notes can encourage students to communicate with each other, a skill that is often… Read More »
Having trouble creating questions that engage students? This article by Rebecca Abler at Edutopia will help you use these simple, strategic questions to lead a conversation in any classroom. Try incorporating these into your next lesson and tell us about your success! Read the full article here.
Learn about the benefits of crafting in this article written by CNN health writer Jacque Wilson. Wilson explores how crafting activities such as knitting, also double as cognitive exercises that can produce therapeutic effects similar to meditation. Read full article here. Judging by the popularity of crafting boards on Pinterest, it’s safe to say most therapists… Read More »
On January 19th, Therapy Source proudly supported our local community in celebration of Martin Luther King Day of Service. Our account managers, Sherisse and Roshni, turned their day off into a day on by donating their time to participate in several worthy activities. Working with the Philadelphia Reads Literacy Project, they spent the morning creating… Read More »
If you have not yet discovered the wonderful world of apps – what are you waiting for?! There are THOUSANDS of apps out there for everyone. News apps, music apps, camera apps, even apps to help you keep track of your groceries! It turns out… there are apps for therapy too! The Friendship Circle** has… Read More »