Monday, July 3, 2017

Educational Links 7/4/17


Inclusive Education


DISTRICTS NEED TO SET UP WI-FI FOR STUDENTS IN PUBLIC HOUSING

Can Computer Simulations Help Teachers Intervene With Suicidal Students?



Why Social Studies? It’s “Self-Evident”!


10 Ideas For Upgrading Your Teaching This Summer


Social-Emotional Intelligence is Missing from School. Here's Why That Matters.



Helping Your Students Identify Their Values


The beginning of the school year is a good time to ask students to reflect on what gives them guiding direction in their lives. And writing their guiding principles for life is a perfect assignment for doing so.
For teachers of students fifth grade and up, ask your students to describe the laws by which they want to live their life. To help them get the idea, discuss any biographies they have read or watched (or watch clips or read excerpts together) and then discuss or list together a summary of the rules by which these individuals seemed to live their lives. Also ask students the same question about characters in novels, adults in their lives, or historical figures.

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