Monday, May 16, 2016

Educational Links 5/17/16

Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

Stop, Drop, and Roll With It: Teacher Burnout Prevention 

What Is a 'Slow Processing Speed?' 

Teacher Collaboration... While Teaching 

Low-Stakes Writing: Writing to Learn, Not Learning to Write 

Better Together: Pairing Fiction and Nonfiction in the High School Classroom 

How Educating Students About Dishonesty Can Help Curb Cheating 

 The upshot for schools is clear: honor codes work, Ariely said, provided that students write them out and talk about them. Codes signed at the start of the year and tucked away in an administrator’s office will flop, however; the same holds true for one-off lectures on moral behavior. To reduce cheating, the honor codes need to be woven into the school’s culture, a recurrent nudge that honesty matters.


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