Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Educational Links 11/8/17

Student Online Protection Videos you  Must Watch

Principals Like Social-Emotional Learning. Here's Why Schools Struggle With It


The Second Thing That’s Changed Since I Became an Early Childhood Keynote Speaker


Why Is Teaching So Hard? Divided Nation Equals Divided Classrooms

Is art the original social-emotional learning?


8 Things Every School Should Know About Preparing for Natural Disasters



Clean Slate



All kids have greatness hidden inside them. It is the job of an educator to help them find and unleash it. To make this goal a reality, we must change our thinking and believe in our abilities to improve learning for all kids.  It’s interesting that many of us are ready to embrace and celebrate the ideas of others openly, but we don’t necessarily believe in the ones that we either think of or develop on our own.  The best ideas in education come from practitioners in the trenches. It is these people after all who implement innovative practices and ultimately find success.  The challenge though is to begin believing in what you have to offer and not worry about what others think. 

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