As part of our Spark Night series, SMUS’s Director of Learning Adrian French talks about the circadian tug-of-war: the delicate balance between activity and rest. What happens when we sleep and why is it so important? Listen to the recording below as Adrian talks about how sleep impacts learning and development.
Follow along with the recording by downloading the slides from the presentation.
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On Monday, January 23, join us for part two: a discussion about how academic rigour is evolving in a time of great change in education. As the new B.C. curriculum expands its focus to include communication, creative and critical thinking, what happens to academic rigour? To register, visit the Spark Night page.