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are you in tune with your circadian rhythm?

Have you ever felt sleepy mid-day for no reason at all, or experienced extreme jet lag? Our internal, biological clocks regulate our sleep and drive our circadian rhythms. These are consist of typical 24-hour cycles of physical, mental and behavioral changes. Most people are unaware of just how important our master clocks are and how […]

coG Studio 29 Aug ’16 by jessica frakes

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Summer Learning Loss: True or False?

Now that kids are out of school for summer, the Summer Learning Loss or “Summer Slide” is true.  “Summer Slide” is the lose of learning through the summer months when children are not in the classroom. The level of lost learning is greater based on socio-economic status.  The poorer the family, the loss is greater. “The […]

coG Studio 22 Jul ’16 by Alisha Hale

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With all of the technological increases in the world today, we are starting to lose one of the most important things in life, face-to-face contact with people. This is a much stronger notion than most people realize and it can really have an impact on a person’s well-being and overall state of mind. Human beings […]

coG Studio 19 Feb ’16 by jessica frakes

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Why do you work?

 The working world we live in today has an overall general mind-set that raises questions about the reasons why we get up every morning and go to work. Many would simply say that, obviously, they work to make a living. This seems like a fairly normal response to us. For many, this is how it’s always […]

coG Studio 25 Sep ’15 by jessica frakes

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Learning With All 5 Senses

While really taking a look at the latest project that coG-Studio was a part of, The Sensory Garden with The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative, it really put into perspective how important senses are to learning. People, specifically children, learn in many different ways. Being able to incorporate as many of our 5 senses as possible […]

coG Studio 12 Jun ’15 by Alisha Hale

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