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Everyone knows the feeling. It's that rage that rises when a driver is cut off on the highway—and just wants to floor it and flip the bird. Anger is a corrosive emotion that can run off with a person's mental and physical health.
From the ever-expanding (and increasingly influential) world of social media, to political talk radio, to the snarky gossip magazines, our lives are splintered and refracted in a million ways by the contemporary communication tools known collectively as the media.
Educators attempt to integrate the findings of developmental psychology and behavioral science into successful curricula, but every generation grapples with questions such as how much to tailor information to individual students, and, increasingly, how to integrate technology into classrooms.