Monday, October 9, 2017

Educational Links 10/10/17


Grants for Teachers

HOW TO MAKE YOUR TEACHING SOMETHING SPECIAL

Response: We Need to let Students 'Read, Read, Read'

Why the school ‘accountability movement’ based on standardized tests is nothing more than ‘a charade’


Should Teachers Take Mental Health Days?


When the News Traumatizes Young Children: What Can We Do?




Disruptive Behavior: Why It’s Often Misdiagnosed


Most children have occasional temper tantrums or emotional outbursts, but when kids repeatedly lash out, are defiant, or can’t control their tempers, it can impair their functioning in school and cause serious family turmoil.
The first challenge in helping a child manage his behavior better is to understand why he’s doing what he’s doing. In the same way that a headache or a fever can be caused by many things, frequent outbursts — which clinicians call “emotional dysregulation”— can reflect a number of different underlying issues.

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