Sunday, June 25, 2017

Educational Links 6/26/17


Drill, baby, drill? Study finds worksheets, practice improve math skills more than fun stuff

Understanding Dyslexia


Are School Police Feeding the School-to-Prison Pipeline?


Make Learning Visible

PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF EXCELLENT STUDENT WORK SHOULD BE THE RULE, NOT THE EXCEPTION


How To Read A Book: 3 Strategies & Questions For Critical Reading


At a Glance: ADHD and the Brain


Can't afford another teacher? Try a 'makerspace' instead


A growing number of public schools in low-income areas have begun using "mobile makerspaces" housed in refurbished school buses and other vehicles to expose students to the joys of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The rolling initiative – which would make Ms. Frizzle, driver of "The Magic School Bus" proud – follows a broader trend of cash-strapped districts turning to mobile classrooms to provide students with opportunities too costly for individual schools to afford. 

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