Five Classroom Problems Directly Traceable to Student Sleep Deprivation

Rae Pica with Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, James B. Maas, Joan Young, Jerry Blumengarten

There is a huge chasm between how much sleep students need and how much students typically get. Moreover, the litany of problems that sleep deprivation can cause in a classroom is astounding. Our guests open our eyes to the problem and offer practical insights and guidance.

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April 30, 2013
Episode Guests
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, Ed.D., is the author of Sleepless in America. Dr. James B. Maas, author of Sleep to Win and Sleep for Success, is a leading authority and international consultant on sleep and performance. Joan Young is a 4th-grade teacher and a clinical psychologist. Jerry Blumengarten taught grades 6 to 9 for 32 years in one of the worst neighborhoods in inner-city NY.
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