PSN eletter vol16 no2 ISAHtrends

How Are Your International Students Adjusting?

Vol. 17 No. 2

As November quickly approaches, it is a good time to start evaluating how your international students are acclimating to their new experiences. Students should be settled into their routine and aware of elements that are uncomfortable or hindering to their progress.

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Stress Is Contagious: Don’t Let It Spread in Your School

Vol. 17 No. 2

Recent research shows that stress can indeed be contagious within your school. Researchers from the University of British Columbia conducted a study of more than 400 elementary school students from different grade levels. They examined students’ cortisol levels, finding that students who tested higher for the stress hormone also had teachers who reported higher levels of burnout.

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3 Tips for Giving Productive Feedback as a Mentor

Vol. 17 No. 2

Most administrators at a private-independent school take on the roles of mentors at one point or another. Whether that’s working with members of the faculty or staff, helping a new hire come up to speed, or managing a department, giving effective and useful feedback can greatly impact your school culture.

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