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Trending Today on Twitter - 10/30/20
1. #TheMandalorian
2. Happy Halloween
3. #FridayThoughts
4. #FridayMotivation
5. #FridayFeeling
6. #fridaymorning
7. Brett Favre
8. Kenneth Walker
9. D'Antoni
10. Ariana
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Trending Today on Google - 10/30/20
1. LeAnn Rimes
2. Halloween
3. Scarlett Johansson
4. Georgia Power
5. Lil Wayne
6. Mandalorian Season 2
7. France
8. Adidas
9. Travis Roy
10. Tony LaRussa
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Top Five on Spotify - 10/30/20
1. positions - Ariana Grande
2. Lemonade (feat. Gunna, Don Toliver & NAV) - Internet Money
3. Mood (feat. Iann Dior) - 24kGoldn
4. Forever After All - Luke Combs
5. For the Night (feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby) - Pop Smoke
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Top Five on Apple Music - 10/30/20
1. Forever After All - Luke Combs
2. For the Night (feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby) - Pop Smoke
3. positions - Ariana Grande
4. WAP (feat. Megan Thee Stallion) - Cardi B
5. Mr. Right Now (feat. Drake) - 21 Savage & Metro Boomin
Source: Apple Music

TV Shows Trending on Streaming Services - 10/30/20
1. The Queen's Gambit - Netflix
2. The Undoing - HBO
3. Yellowstone - Peacock
4. Fargo - Hulu
5. This Is Us - Peacock
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Trending Today on YouTube - 10/30/20
1. Finding out I'm PREGNANT! - The Herbert's
2. Things Really Got Out of Control Again | The D'Amelio Family
3. Kevin Gates - Weeks
4. BTS Watches Fan Covers On YouTube | Glamour
5. City Girls Feat. Lil Baby - Flewed Out
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Netflix Top 5 in the U.S. Today - 10/30/20
1. Holidate
2. The Queen's Gambit
3. Blood Zeus
4. The Barbarians
5. Over the Moon
Source: Netflix

*The following is excerpted from an online article posted on Study Finds.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many celebrations across America to be toned down this year. It seems Halloween will be the next one to join that list.

A OnePoll survey of 2,000 adults — half of them parents — finds most Americans will be taking extra precautions this Halloween, but still fully intend to celebrate. Three in four parents say they’re still taking their children trick-or-treating despite COVID restrictions.

While kids will be out scouring neighborhoods for candy, they’ll be knocking on fewer doors. The poll, commissioned by HI-CHEW, reveals parents are allowing their youngsters to trick-or-treat at just five houses on average. One-third of respondents say they’ll also be limiting these stops to neighbors they know and have already checked in with to make sure they’ve tested negative for COVID-19.

Overall, half of the parents agree that trick-or-treating is a tradition that is simply too important to skip this year.

Source: Study Finds

*The following is excerpted from an online article posted on Study Finds.

Teaching is a stressful job. Just in case you weren’t convinced about that, a recent poll finds teaching is tied with nursing as the most stressful job in the United States. While it isn’t exactly breaking news that teaching can be stressful, a new study is adding an entirely new dimension to the problem of the country’s perpetually exhausted and stressed out educators.

Researchers from the University of Missouri say that stress felt by teachers can have a “trickle-down effect” on their students. This unfortunately can lead to more disruptive behavior and more disciplinary measures, like suspensions.

The original idea for this study comes from Jennifer Lloyd, a high school English teacher by day and graduate student at UM by night. Lloyd noticed that her students often picked up on how she was feeling on a particularly stressful day and changed their own actions and attitudes accordingly.

“If I come into class from a rough meeting or a stressful morning and I bring those feelings into the classroom environment, the kids notice,” Lloyd explains in a university release. “Sometimes they will give that negative energy right back to me, and we all end up having a bad day.”

The teacher’s experiences inspired her sister Colleen Eddy, a doctoral student at the MU College of Education, to investigate the relationship between teacher stress and student behavior. Together with a group of colleagues, Eddy passed out teacher surveys and held classroom observation sessions in nine local Missouri elementary schools.

That research reveals a compelling trend. When a teacher is feeling extra stressed out and emotionally exhausted, their students are more likely to be suspended or disciplined.

Source: Study Finds