Friday, July 8, 2016
What are the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)?
Do No Harm: Flexible and Smart Grading Practices
PBS: A Science OdysseyOpinion: Teacher Residency Programs Can Solve Shortage Problems
Teaching Strategies for Better Bulletin Boardshttp://www.teachhub.com/teaching-strategies-better-bulletin-boards
How Starting School Too Early Is Hurting Teenagers’ Health
Discipline Reboot: Managing Behavior in Kids with ADHDWhen it comes to discipline, are you stuck in a routine? Try these three new suggestions to help your child manage problem behaviors and master ADHD-related disobedience.
Thursday, July 7, 2016
The Benefits of Sports on ADHD Can Be Golden
Student Engagement: Moving from Extrinsic to Intrinsic Reward
At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for Dyscalculia
Teaching Traumatized Kids
The Benefits of Sports on ADHD Can Be Golden
LD and ADHD? Recognize the Symptoms
Equity for English-Language Learners
6 Tips For Getting Started With Google Classroom
What schools can learn from the unschooling movement
There may now be a growing awareness among some parents, educators, and even students that traditional schools may not, or cannot, meet the individual needs of the learner. At the same time, the approach could hold lessons and implementation strategies for all of us in education.
|Happy Birthday, Ringo|
Ringo will tell you he is easygoing, not enemies with anyone. So I think we have him to thank for all the albums from the White Album up to Let It Be and Abbey Road. Thank you for being such a sweet man and good friend to your band mates, mate. You are also a remarkably creative, responsive drummer, like a musical Van Gogh on the drums.
This is such a positive piece of music, with joy, home and safety.
Have fun watching, too.
Cirque Du Soleil - Octopus's Garden (Love)
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
How Teachers Can Help 'Quiet Kids' Tap Their Superpowers
Combating Racism in a Multicultural World: Classroom Ideas
Too Rough, Too Rowdy: External Causes of Student Misbehavior
How To Raise Brilliant Children, According To Science
Why Do We Label Our Students?
Summer Learning Challenge 2016
‘It is easy to fall into the trap of doing things for pupils that they are capable of doing themselves’
It is easy to fall into the trap of doing things for pupils that they are capable of doing themselves. But this means we are effectively training students to only work if the TA is sat next to them. Instead, we must try to reduce the isolation of pupils with dyslexia from the teacher and from peers by equipping them with the strategies that will allow them to fully participate in their new secondary environment.
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Connecting iGeneration to the Natural World
Top picks for back-to-school tech this fall
Can PD Be Virtual? Professional Development Technology and Trends
Educational Toys That Build ADHD Brains
What You Need for Back to School
When Tech Meets Project-Based Learning
Why Math Is Taught Differently Today
The reason for teaching conceptual understanding is to help students to see connections between the math they’re learning and the math they already know. This can be especially empowering for kids with learning and attention issues. It prepares them to solve the real-world problems they will face in the future.Yes, math is being taught differently today. It may be a little more difficult for parents at times, but it definitely can be better for kids.
|Vienna Woods, lessing-photo,com|
Beethoven - 6th Symphony - Pastoral; there are some beautiful images of nature throughout a year, on this video, although no thunderstorm.
My Favorite Beethoven
Monday, July 4, 2016
Our All-Time Favorite Books About Teaching
5 Things Not to Say to Your Child About Dyslexia
New Classroom Ideas Come from Colleagues
30 Goal Challenge: Helping Students Make Good Decisions
Sensory Processing Issues Explained
3 Arguments in Favor of the In-class Flip
Project-based learning is a dynamic classroom approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge.
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Why better STEM programs are the key to creating global citizens
Organize a Self-Serve Creativity Zone
What I'd Like to Tell My Students About Benchmark Testing
5 Unwritten Social Rules
Learning from My PLN
What Are Students' Biggest Motivation Killers? We Asked Them Point-Blank
How can we ensure all students have equal access to opportunities, support, and the tools they need to succeed? Explore and share proven ways to make this happen.
Juno Space Probe Is Set To Enter Jupiter's Orbit On Monday
How the fastest spacecraft ever will enter orbit around Jupiter
Ride with Juno into Jupiter orbit
Juno Spacecraft's July 4 Jupiter Arrival: What to Expect
In case you want to look up and see Jupiter with your own eyes.
|So, go outside and look!|