I’ve shared a number of resources over the years on how to create new habits and stop bad ones – and how to support others do the same.
I thought I’d pull them all together in one post.
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Here’s what I have so far:
This is a good video synopsis of the book, The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg. It has lots of relevance for teachers. In fact, it has so much relevance that Mr. Duhigg wrote a guest post at my Education Week Teacher blog titled Several Ways We Can Help Students Develop Good Habits.
Part Two Of Several Ways We Can Help Students Develop Good Habits appeared over at my Education Week Teacher blog.
How to Build Healthy Habits is from The NY Times.
How to Break Up with Your Bad Habits is from The Harvard Business Review.
Good Habits, Bad Habits: A Conversation with Wendy Wood is from Behavioral Scientist.
— BBC Ideas💡 (@bbcideas) January 4, 2021
Trying to get students into good habits…? Here’s the evidence on how long it takes, and what helps: https://t.co/OGnjaUhuYU
— Harry Fletcher-Wood (@HFletcherWood) September 16, 2019