Saturday, May 30, 2020

Educational Links 5/31/2020

How to Help Students Navigate This Social-Emotional Rollercoaster

How To Ease The Strain On Your Students’ Mental Healthremote learning,

Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs Children

What Teachers Wish the Public Knew About Their Jobs During COVID-19

Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup

A powerful gift of reflection and learning for teachers and students

Lessons and leadership during the switch to online learning

School leaders are tasked with ensuring students have equitable access to the tools and connectivity required to make online learning possible

Want To Tip Your Toes In The Water? Bet Cezanne Did

Loving the summer blue of the sky and water. Would you like to take a walk down the

hill to the water? Let's go, I can hear the music from the cafe, we can get a croissant and 'Je voudrais un cafe au lait s'il vous plait.'

French Music & French Cafe: Best of French Cafe Music (French Cafe Accordion Traditional Music) 

Friday, May 29, 2020

Educational Links 5/30/2020

Professional Learning from Afar

How Reflective Supervision Sessions Help Teachers Cope with the Stress of the Job

10 online tools for STEM and movement

Survey: Lower-income students struggling with remote learning

professional development,

Fall Is a 'Tremendous Opportunity to Reimagine School'

Summer Activities Collection

MzTeachuh: Summer Activities Collection: Summer Activity: Let's Have a Cookout!     Summer A...

Laconic Summer Evening

MzTeachuh: Laconic Summer Evening: Paul Ranson  Apple Tree With Red Fruit Summer by Frank Bridge

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Educational Links 5/29/2020

8 ways to empower students to grow their grit

The Complex Question of Reopening Schools

Should All Teachers Loop With Their Same Students in the Fall

How Schools Can Prepare for a Very Different Kind of School Year

Why Schools Should Be Organized To Prioritize Relationships

Dear Teachers: You Are Also Essential

High expectations for summer programs as learning gaps predicted to grow

Advocates and researchers are emphasizing the role of remediation and enrichment in mitigating learning loss as "three months away from school has stretched to six."

Mother Nature's Son and Tomatoes

MzTeachuh: Mother Nature's Son and Tomatoes: A raven ate my first ripe tomato last week and according to research, shiny, moving objects such as dangling CDs should frighten the b...