Saturday, July 2, 2016
Friday, July 1, 2016
Identifying Learning Disabilities
Doing More With Less: PD, Resources, and Ownership
Why I Won't Apologize (Much) for Teaching In a Charter School
Are You Up for the No Grades Challenge?
A New Argument for More Diverse Classrooms
Encouraging Students to Persist Through Challenges
How Does a Child With Executive Functioning Issues Think Differently?
It’s also important to note that children with executive functioning issues don’t necessarily “think” differently. What they struggle with is the process of coordinating, prioritizing or managing information needed to perform tasks successfully.
Summer Bump Not Slump: Midsummer Shakespeare Fest...: A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0140379/ Summer's here and the time is right......
Thursday, June 30, 2016
How to Do Adaptive Learning Right
11 Ways to Teach Math with Google Drawings
18 STEM Activity Ideas, Resources to Promote Summer Learning
5 ADHD Trouble Spots and How to Avoid Them
For when you take the students outside to your STEM garden:
Top Field Guide Apps
The best and worst education news in 2016 — so far
The federal government is working with states to try to figure out how to implement The Every Student Succeeds Act. It seems like it could be an improvement on No Child Left Behind, but it’s still too early to determine if this is going to be bad or good for teachers, students and their families. As they say, the devil is in the details.
|Vintage Otter Pop flavors. I favor Louis Bloo Raspberry|
Kool & The Gang - Summer Madness
It would be madness, on a very hot summer day, to eat the whole box while chillaxin' to this cool music. Mix up the flavors! Madness, sheer madness!
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
What Are Flipped Classrooms?
Getting Curious (Not Furious) With Students
Six Things Faculty Can Do to Promote Student Engagement
Why stories matter for children’s learning
Education Department Settles Civil Rights Complaints Over Accessible Websites
Reduce Anxiety with Realistic Thinking & Other Tools
Classroom Instruction Resources Of The Week
Teacher Burnout, Student Stress Found to Be Correlated in Recent Study
Though researchers aren’t sure what comes first, they are sure that in classrooms with teachers experiencing emotional exhaustion, students are more likely to be stressed in what is described as a cyclical problem.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
5 Things Teachers Want from PD, and How Coaching and Collaboration Can Deliver Them—If Implementation Improves
Teachers in High-Poverty Schools Less Confident About Ed Tech, Survey Finds
Social Justice Projects in the Classroom
To do better in school, kids should exercise their bodies as well as their brains, experts say
The World is a Classroom & the Possibilities are Endless
At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for Dyscalculia
'Teachers must embrace new technology or risk becoming obsolete'
One undeniable fact about teaching is that teachers not only need to be masters of content within their subject area, but they must also be masters of education as a subject. Another undeniable fact is that neither of those subject areas looks the same as when any teacher first mastered them.
|Oh, that Sassy Mozart!|