Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Educational Links 2/22/18

Get Free Kids' Coloring Pages Using Google Images

Five Essential Features To Looks For In A Good Plagiarism Checker

27 Things Teachers (Have To) Do Well

How ADHD (Inattentive Type) Looks A Lot Like Learning Disabilities

Educators: Would You Like to Contribute to This Blog?


There Is No Lesson Plan For Tragedy – Teachers YOU Know What To Do

Listening with Understanding and Empathy in the Classroom

It is an experience all teachers recognize and attend to on a daily basis…...yes, student frustration. Often frustration is quieted, passed over, or viewed as a minor distraction that can be attended to at another time to move through a lesson. But what if we asked: “How can this moment of frustration become a learning experience for all students?” Well, “Listening with understanding and empathy” can be the piece that cultivates positive and productive behaviors that we want all children to embrace.

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