Thursday, June 22, 2017

Educational Links 6/23/17

How Teachers Can Recharge This Summer



At a Glance: Learning and Attention Issues and the Brain

Standards-Aligned Genius Hour


New research: student well-being higher in diverse schools

5 Easy Lesson Plans for Drop-Dead Exhausted Teachers


A Thrifty Teacher's Guide to Great Learning Experiences


Common Ground: Nine in Ten Americans Agree We Should Speak to Our Children About a Future That Has Thriving, Healthy Nature


From children’s books to television shows, movies and news, American children often hear negative information or see dystopic images of the future of our natural world. Renowned children and nature author Richard Louv suggests a new direction, and the American people agree.
“We have a choice. If we see only an apocalyptic future, that’s what we’ll get, or close to it,” said Louv. Instead, he suggests we “imagine a society in which our lives become as immersed in nature as they are in technology, every day, where we live, work, learn and play, a future in which our intelligence and creativity, our ability to feel and be fully alive is enhanced by more frequent contact with the natural world.”

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