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Concentrating on Concentration
Concentration, a continuous flow of mental energy directed by learners at what they’re learning, is crucial in any lesson. Concentration requires practice, separate from core subjects, because of its vital connections to academics, social and emotional learning, and everyday life. Yet we teachers rarely practice this fundamental skill in the classroom.