Monday, January 1, 2018

Educational Links 1/2/18

25 education trends for 2018

10 Creative Risks to Take with Students This Year

Binge-Watch the Top 25 edWebinars of 2017!

The Power of a Mentor

Around The Web In ESL/EFL/ELL

What Is Fluency and How Do I Support It in the Classroom?

The Difference Between ADHD and Executive Functioning Issues

In many ways, ADHD and executive functioning issues go hand in hand. That’s because most of the symptoms of ADHD (also known as ADD) are actually problems with executive function. (You’ll see the signs of each are very similar!) There’s one big difference between the two, however.
ADHD is an official diagnosis. Executive functioning issues is not. It’s a term that refers to weaknesses in the brain’s self-management system. Also, trouble with executive function isn’t just a problem for kids with ADHD.

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