Saturday, August 12, 2017

Educational Links 8/13/17

3 Modes Of Thinking: Lateral, Divergent & Convergent Thought

Forging Stronger Bonds Across a District


Poverty Creates Extra Challenges; It Demands Extra Resources



5 apps to innovate school libraries


Creating an Effective Faculty Mentoring Program


A tale of two states’ computer science programs



The Unexpected Reason Some Students Procrastinate


There's a student that's familiar to many teachers: He's the one who stumbles into class with sleep in his eyes after staying up late from writing his paper at the last minute. He probably avoids studying for tests, too. And maybe his backpack is a jumbled mess of crumpled papers and unorganized notes.
And there's also a common explanation for his bad habits: He probably doesn't particularly care how he does in school. But psychologists say that, for some students, that's a totally inaccurate assumption.


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