New York Times
"The Downside of Checking Kids' Grades Constantly"
"To Help Students Learn, Engage the Emotions"
"3 Things School Counselors Want You to Know About Their Jobs"
"Letting Happiness Flourish in the Classroom"
"Why Students Lie, and Why We Fall for It"
"When Children Say 'I Can't,' but They Can, and Adults Know It"
"When a Child's Project Shows a Parental Hand at Work"
"Give Late Blooming Children the Time They Need"
"Helping Children Balance School and Fun"
"Parenting, Not for the Moment, but for the Long Haul"
"Teenagers, Dealing With Addiction, on What Might Have Helped"
"The Search for a Non-Alcoholic Beer That's Actually Worth Drinking"
"This is Why It's So Hard to Help With Your Kids' Math Homework"
"As a teacher, I always worry about my students. School shootings bring on new nightmares"
Other Recent Work
Susan Cain's Quiet Revolution: "Class Participation: Let's Talk About It"
American Camp Association magazine, "While Goodbye is Never Enough for Me, It's Perfect for Him"
Room for Debate at the New York Times, "Autonomy Works Best for the Classroom"
Your Teen: On parenting through college admissions: "It's Their Journey, Not Yours"
Your Teen: Review of the book Wonder, written with Ben Lahey
Your Teen: Review of the book Echo, written with Finn Lahey
"How Design Thinking Became a Buzzword at School"
"The Failing First Line of Defense"
"Educating an Original Thinker"
"Teaching, Like Performing Magic"
"Ensuring Educational Stability for Foster Kids"
"How Loneliness Wears on the Body"
"When Success Leads to Failure"
"How Stephen King Teaches Writing"
"Should Teachers Be Allowed to Touch Students?"
"Teaching Math to People Who Think They Hate It"
"Mythbusters: Teaching Through Wonder - and Failure"
"How Family Game Night Makes Kids Into Better Students"