Thursday, February 8, 2018

Educational Links 2/9/18

“Best” Lists Of The Week: Tools For Learning About Art & Creating It

Legal FAQs About IEP Meetings

7 Myths About Twice-Exceptional (2E) Students

A New Push for Play-Based Learning: Why Districts Say It’s Leading to More Engaged Students, Collaborative Classmates … and Better Grades

Nashville Confronts SEL Resistance Head-On

Common sense seems to track with the data: Kids who operate within safe spaces and practice regular self-reflection are more likely to take academic risks, engage in collaborative problem solving, and be aware of their own strengths and weaknesses. Parents have always known it, and studies confirm that social and emotional skills can improve a child’s sense of well-being and lay the groundwork for success throughout their lives.

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