Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Educational Links 9/14/17


A Review of Humor in Educational Settings: Four Decades of Research



How to help students who struggle with ‘executive function’ skills? Education Lab IQ has answers.

Extreme student behavior: 7 traps to avoid when NOTHING seems to work Extreme student behavior: 7 traps to avoid when NOTHING seems to work


It's Time to Teach Our Ugly American History


'Disrupting Thinking': An Interview With Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst


Don't Forget the Joy: A Call to Action for Our Students



“Edu-speak” is a disease that undermines efforts to improve U.S. schools


While I’m at it, just how many different types of learning can there possibly be? Various groups are championing learning that is blendedpersonalizeduniversally designedstudent-centereddeeper, 
individualizedcompetency-based and data-driven. At The Hechinger Report, we write about many of these, but we try hard to explain what they actually are and how they might change education. And we are always skeptical when anyone claims they can close the achievement gap, another overused phrase, along with the newly created “excellence gap.”

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