Sunday, May 22, 2016

Educational Links 5/23/16

Education Equity 

Teaching Strategies to Make Math Homework Meaningful 

Tips to Minimize Summer Learning Loss
Tips to Minimize Summer Learning Loss

Quiz: The Truth About Childhood ADHD;postID=9051941538120310161 

The Library of Congress Is Uploading 75 Years of Poetry and Literature Recordings 

Feds Allocate Millions For Special Ed Training 

Play Nice! How to Promote Digital Inclusion and Stop Online Bullies 

Technological advancements have provided educators with a number of tools and opportunities they didn’t have five, 10, or 50 years ago. With live video streaming, smartboards, and dozens of other gadgets and lower-cost technology, educators are now able to reach a larger audience, with less funding, from nearly anywhere in the world.

Although these innovations give teachers and professors many more opportunities and creative teaching methods, they also bring new issues. From cyberbullying to student disengagement, online classrooms present educators with problems not found in traditional classrooms.

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