Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Educational Links 2/1/18


Here Is The Google Doc To Make Connections and Plans For Read Across America Day!


20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts






Ten Overlooked Google Docs Features


5 IDEAS TO HELP YOU GROW



Helping Strangers May Help Teens’ Self-Esteem


Learning to Self Manage


“Never give up!” “Be determined.” “If you dream it, you can achieve it.” We often see inspirational messages such as these coating school classrooms, broadcasting the idea that willpower equals success.
But the ability to exercise self-control — even with a specific, self-imposed goal in mind — is tough, even as it develops with age. New research illustrates just how precarious willpower can be for young people: Middle school students who want to achieve a goal and who actively agree to suffer a consequence if they don’t achieve it may still be unable to change their counterproductive behaviors. It’s a reminder for teachers that simply encouraging students to “stay focused” may not help those students cultivate positive habits.

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