Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Educational Links 9/7/17


22 Myths In Modern Academic Learning

The Power of Keeping Your Cool

Effective Ways to Improve Teacher Morale


As schools are "getting better at it," parents place a lot of faith in data protections


Disturbed Sleep Patterns May Be Key to ADHD, Study Finds



How Can We Help Inattentive Children?



How Schools Can Face The ‘Bad Habits’ That Inhibit Meaningful Changes


Making lasting change in schools is difficult not only because schools are communities made up of individuals with their own opinions about what’s best for kids, but also because, like most institutions, they are full of “bad habits” that can be tough to break. While habitual behavior can be good — like when it reinforces a positive culture or set of norms — it can also be a stubborn obstacle to enacting meaningful change.

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