Five Reasons Why Children Are Often Burned Out by Third Grade

Rae Pica with Liz Willen, Dr. Regalena Melrose, Dr. Regina Lamourelle

Today’s kids are manifesting alarming levels of stress at earlier and earlier ages. In fact, many children are burned out by the time they get to third grade. The causes are many, diverse, severe, and often underestimated by teachers and parents. As these stressors can have long-lasting effects, our first task is to understand what is stressing our students and children so we can begin to mitigate them. Tune in and find out…

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May 8, 2009
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Dr. Regalena Reggie Melrose is a licensed school psychologist with nearly 20 years of experience working with children and adolescents. Dr. Regina Lamourelle’s experience in teaching educators about brain development and learning spans 15 years. Liz Willen is the Associate editor of the Hechinger Report at Teachers College, Columbia University. She was formerly a senior writer for Bloomberg Markets magazine focusing on higher education.
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