Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Educational Links 11/22/17

6 Ways Administrators Can Prove the Efficacy of Digital Tools

Latest News on Autism from Around the World

Thinking about personalized learning? Your 6th graders are way ahead of you


In Language Classrooms, Students Should Be Talking

12 New Rules: Accelerated Learning for an Exponential World

How to Make the Most of Your Time as a Principal

9 Ways to Make Learning Visible in the Classroom

4 ways to customize classroom goals for students

Every student is different. There are various external and internal factors that may affect the pace of a student’s learning.
Why then, do we expect all students to complete a certain amount of work by a certain date? And offer rewards like ice cream, when we know not all students are likely to reach the same goal?
Research around motivation can shed some light on best practices for inspiring the type of motivation that will last beyond that ice cream cone and cultivate a lifetime love of learning. And there are examples of educators from across the country who are implementing unique goal setting and tracking systems that enable all students to succeed.

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