by Benjamin D. RosenbergPeople generally do not like being told what to do, but that might change when they feel uncertain about themselves or the world around them.
Who Can Talk About Systemic Inequality in the American Classroom?
by Grace RiveraWhat we think of teachers who discuss systemic inequality depends on the race of the teacher and our own political ideology.
Two-thirds of romantic couples start out as friends, study finds Movies and television often show romance sparking when two strangers meet. Real-life couples, however, are far more likely to begin as friends. Two-thirds of romantic relationships start out platonically, a new study finds.
Early Career Corner: Navigating Promotion and Tenure Amid COVID-19
by Sarah Huff and Franki KungThe Early Career Committee shares insights on the challenges of navigating promotion and tenure in the time of COVID-19, collected from the Professional Development session that they hosted during the 2021 SPSP Annual Convention.
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7 hours 4 min ago— “When they anticipate [time alone], then they tend to think of it like a negative experience. But then when people… https://t.co/zTRkKpxgdg
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