Saturday, November 18, 2017

Educational Links 11/19/17

The Top Five Reasons We Love Giving Students Choice in Reading

Boundaries Are More Effective Than Rules

9 ADHD Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

My New BAM! Radio Show Explores What Policy Makers Don’t Understand About Education

5 Presentation Tools That Will Make Your Slides Stand Out

Autism Wandering Bill Advances In Senate

It’s better to understand something than to know it

“Knowing” and “understanding” are related concepts, but they’re not the same. Each is a distinct mental state involving cognitive grasp: Knowing is static, referring to discrete facts, while understanding is active, describing the ability to analyze and place those facts in context to form a big picture.

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