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Power of Sleep

Posted by Anna | Nov 28, 2020

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"Practice does not make perfect. It is practice followed by a good night's sleep" - Matthew Walker (author of 'Why We Sleep')

Do your students get 8 hours’ sleep?

If so, that’s when your teaching truly sinks in! 😊

Dream sleep is when memories knit together in the brain.

So, encourage your students to remember: 

Only striving + rest = growth. 🌱

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