Gratitude: we know it’s important for health and happiness, but is it a skill that can be taught? Educators are saying yes! In today’s world of high tech, high speed, and high pressure, students are rediscovering the lost art of the handwritten thank-you note. Ashley Weber, a high school teacher in Michigan, encourages students to slow down and reflect by participating in a project called Thank You Thursday. Thousands of letters later, the benefits are still rippling.
Ashley’s class made a video. We invite you to watch, be inspired and share…
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