Saturday, January 7, 2017

Educational Links 1/8/17

The real cost of being a teacher

Managing Transitions

Think Like A Fitbit: Measuring What We Value

How Showing and Telling Kids ‘I Believe in You’ Can Empower Them at School

Little Goals Can Be Better Than Big New Year’s Resolutions

10 Steps To Include Students With Autism In General Education Classrooms

Why Design Thinking In Schools Loses Power When It’s Reduced To A Checklist

Design thinking has been slowly gathering momentum among educators for the past few years as a way for students to engage with real-world problems and design solutions using interdisciplinary ideas. But, like many trends that catch on quickly, many educators still aren’t totally sure what design thinking is.

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