Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Educational Links 1/11/18

5 tips to take your large school district into the digital age

How Should Teachers use Videos in the Classroom?


Does VR Have a Place in EdTech?



Religion in Schools: A Delicate Balance


Preparing Students For Future Success with PBL and SEL


       4 ways to help students get workforce-ready


Nurturing Intrinsic Motivation in Students


As children come to feel effective in accomplishing something, they are more likely to try to replicate that feeling by trying to accomplish more challenging tasks. Feeling competent can be addictive. Those accomplishments are more meaningful when they are authentic, and feeling competent is itself a meaningful reward—better than a collection of stickers or small trinkets or much too scarcely distributed recognitions like “student of the month,” which can lead the majority of students to become resigned to failure despite effort.


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