Monday, January 2, 2017

Educational Links 1/3/17

5 Common Myths About Dyslexia

Prevention Program Safeguards Children's Brains from Effects of Poverty, Says Study

3 Reasons to Consider a Co-teaching Model

Performance Assessment in Different Learning Environments

Best Special Needs Apps for Android

21 Tips for Connecting Learners to Their Community

Place and Community Based approaches can be transformative for students, teachers, schools and communities. Making these approaches work means taking a fresh look at the school community, the
wider community and the environment, and working out how they can best support each other. Change takes time, and success, naturally, relies on a healthy physical and social learning environment with good relationships between educators, administrators and students. Many schools will already be connecting students with their local Place and helping them discover how to make their own place in the world a positive one.

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