Part art project, part philanthropy, part immersion in global learning, Students Rebuild Challenges connect K-12 students worldwide in a common effort to make a difference, while giving you the tools and flexibility to teach your way.
Mind in the Making
Mind in the Making (MITM) is a national initiative to share research on the development of young children, including the importance of life skills that build on and promote executive functions. MITM brings this research to the general public - families and professionals who work with children - through a series of training modules and other resources.
Stop, Breathe, & Think
Stop, Breathe, & Think goal is to help kids, teens and young adults build the emotional strength to tackle life’s ups and downs. They have downloadable resources to support teachers with the implementation of Stop, Breathe & Think in their classrooms. Their hope is for teachers to feel conﬁdent introducing their students to mindfulness and encouraging the practice both inside and outside of the classroom.
In 2004, Musically Minded began offering classes exclusively in childcare centers and in-home day cares. By embedding this quality music-making experience into the school day, working parents can still expose their children to music without having to take away from valuable family time.This offering can sometimes be the reason a parent chooses one childcare over another.
University of Washington
Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS)
I-LABS: Connecting early learning and brain development The Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) is the world’s leading interdisciplinary research center on early learning and brain development.
Our groundbreaking research is revolutionizing our understanding of children’s development in their early years, and revealing how this affects brain changes in adolescence, adulthood, and aging.
When you join the Cox Campus community, you make a promise – to engage each and every child as your conversational partner and give them the language and literacy skills they need to decide their own future.