Working Towards Recovery: Books for Teens about Disordered Eating

Sometimes it helps to read a story about people struggling with issues that we may be dealing with ourselves or could encounter at some point in our lives. Sometimes gaining perspective and understanding of someone's journey through hardship is simply a great exercise in empathy. The following list of teen fiction includes difficult stories of…
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5 Worldly/Cultural Resources (Free During the Pandemic)

Thanks to We Are Teachers.com, I've discovered a handful of incredible educational and for-profit organizations that are now offering their classes and tools for free to students during the Coronavirus pandemic. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn about the world at your fingertips! GSD escape (Global Student Dynamic), for instance, has an e-magazine…
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Resume Resources for Teens

Springtime is often when teens are thinking about summer employment, and now's an even better time to either create a resume or update your old one. Online Resource: Brainfuse Brainfuse is a great place to start for beginning job seekers. In the HelpNow page, you can select eParachute to take a deep dive into your…
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Teen and Tween Books Featuring Characters with Invisible Disabilities

These tween and teen books bring awareness to characters with "invisible" disabilities. They showcase character battles and the will to survive and thrive, as well as the need for help and empathy. Each author also intimately describes a personal struggle with disability as well as a hope to inspire a more open and inclusive world…
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