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Moving Schools Towards Wellness: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems. ___ By Robert Tymann, EdD

To support every student in their intellectual and personal growth every day.  This, I believe, is the purpose of public education. Students will struggle to "grow" in either area if mental health issues prevent them from developing the cognitive regulation, emotional regulation, and social/interpersonal skills appropriate for their developmental stage. June 30, 2019, Sunday edition of the New York Times featured an article titled, What You Need to Know About the Opioid Epidemic. This article…See More
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Robert Tymann posted a blog post

Creating Conditions to Promote Wellness in Schools: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems.

Creating Conditions to Promote Wellness in Schools: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems.Robert Tymann, EdDI struggled with the title of this article, specifically with the word "reduce." I want to say eradicate or eliminate, but that is not possible. There are too many factors beyond the control of our schools. The National Institute on Drug Abuse, (NIDA) writing about early childhood prevention, states "These behaviors that manifest during adolescents have…See More
Jun 9
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Robert Tymann posted a blog post

Should Educators “Stay in their lane?”

The phrase “stay in your lane bro,” worked its way into popular jargon in the last few years. In my experience, it is used more often by those 30 and younger in a jovial context among friends. I interpreted the phrase as a catchy way of chiding a friend about one’s superior command of an area of expertise. What harm could there be in that? A little good-humored ribbing among friends. But context is important. Recently I heard the phrase used in my professional life and I found the use in a…See More
May 31

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EdD School Leadership and Policy Studies - Hofstra
Formerly Middle Scool principal, High School Assistant Principal, Teacher of Social Studies and Boilogy
What is your present job title?
Assistant Superintendent
At what school level do you work?
K-12
Where do you work?
Suffolk County NY

Robert Tymann's Blog

Moving Schools Towards Wellness: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems. ___ By Robert Tymann, EdD

Posted on July 4, 2019 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

To support every student in their intellectual and personal growth every day.  This, I believe, is the purpose of public education. Students will struggle to "grow" in either area if mental health issues prevent them from developing the cognitive regulation, emotional regulation, and social/interpersonal skills appropriate for their developmental stage. June 30, 2019, Sunday edition of the New York Times featured an article titled, What You…

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Creating Conditions to Promote Wellness in Schools: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems.

Posted on June 9, 2019 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Creating Conditions to Promote Wellness in Schools: Systemic change to reduce mental health and substance abuse problems.

Robert Tymann, EdD

I struggled with the title of this article, specifically with the word "reduce." I want to say eradicate or eliminate, but that is not possible. There are too many factors beyond the control of our schools. The National Institute on Drug Abuse, (NIDA) writing about early childhood…

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Should Educators “Stay in their lane?”

Posted on May 31, 2019 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

The phrase “stay in your lane bro,” worked its way into popular jargon in the last few years. In my experience, it is used more often by those 30 and younger in a jovial context among friends. I interpreted the phrase as a catchy way of chiding a friend about one’s superior command of an area of expertise. What harm could there be in that? A little good-humored ribbing among friends. But context is important. Recently I heard the phrase used in my professional life and I found the use in a…

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DOK: A Catalyst for Depth of Instruction

Posted on February 4, 2017 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

I am not sure if we are in the middle of a series of reforms, finishing another round, in a lull, or just really getting started. I think the answer would be different depending on whom you ask, and the most popular answer may be “all of the above.” In this confused state, many dedicated educators are trying to sift through the issues of compliance and reform to maintain focus on our purpose: student learning and classroom instruction. We need to find the right leverage points within each…

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At 10:48am on August 22, 2013, Marty Malone said…

Bob,

It's Marty Malone.  Where are you?

martymalone3@yahoo.com

At 3:16pm on December 9, 2010, Michael Keany said…
Dear Bob:

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