Sleep affects our physical and emotional health, and it involves a range of complex functions associated with memory, ability to learn, brain development, appetite, immune functioning, and aging. If you find yourself sleep-binging on the weekend or during vacation, that’s a sign that you are probably not getting enough sleep during the week.
Here are a few things you can do this summer to get started on shifting your sleep routines before the new school year begins, from Elena Aguilar at Edutopia:
Top Priority Summer Goal for Educators: Sleep! | Edutopia