Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Educational Links 2/15/18

Why Even Young Students Benefit From Connecting Globally

Disruptive children

What Does 'Dual-Immersion' Mean & What Does it Look Like in Practice?

Autism Shares Brain Signature with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder

School District Ordered To Reimburse Family For Private Placement

A Step-By-Step Plan To Create A BYOD Policy For Schools

Do IEPs Cover Extracurricular Activities?

ISTE and partner to advance computer science education

Why Taking Risks in the Classroom Pays off for Students—and Teachers

To build a classroom culture where risk-taking is encouraged for students, a teacher also needs to be willing to try new things. By taking risks, and in some cases even failing in front of our students, we demonstrate that not everything works as planned and prove that we can rebound from any situation.

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