Monday, June 26, 2017

Educational Links 6/27/17

Child School Nutrition Standards in Transition

21 Ignorant Comments About ADHD (and the Facts to Refute Them)

Twelve Sensory Strategies for a Sensational Summer

Why a Robot-Filled Education Future May Not Be as Scary as You Think

Learning and performance: how to help students get in the zone 

The first limitation of relying solely on Google Classroom is that it can only be accessed by approved members of your classroom and parents that you have invited (provided your school lets you invite parents). If you want to have students share their thoughts on a topic with a global audience, Google Classroom isn't an option for that. By contrast, having a blog will let your students participate in activities like QuadBlogging in which they share with students around the world.

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