Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Educational Links 11/15/17


8 Things Every School Should Know About Preparing for Natural Disasters

Whisper for Google Classroom


Station Rotation Model: Offering Optional Skill Stations

Incorporating Movement Into the Classroom

5 Principles of Outstanding Classroom Management


What to do with your school's aging Chromebooks



Students Share The Downside Of Being Labeled ‘Gifted’


Many educators work hard to make students feel that the classroom is a place of learning, and that means making mistakes, rethinking strategies, and learning from setbacks. Based on Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck’s work on growth mindset, teachers encourage students to see their intelligence as something malleable, that changes and grows, not a fixed asset assigned at birth. Despite the popularity of these ideas in education, there are still systemic practices and requirements that undermine the message at every turn.

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