Sunday, March 25, 2018

Educational Links 3/26/18

One Future of K-12 Education: From the Factory to a Personalized Model

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PASS OR FAIL: TRAINING TEACHERS IN AREAS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY AND INCLUSION

Debunking Myths About Resilience


How Reading Novels in Math Class Can Strengthen Student Engagement



March’s Most Popular Posts


Promoting Self-Regulation in the First Five Years: A Practice Brief



How Google Classroom Prepares Students for the Future of Work


We’ve been hearing a lot lately about a skills gap in the workforce. Every time there is a major shift in the economy there are always people who are left behind. During the last industrial revolution those whose livelihoods depended on the ability to get a job performing menial labor were left behind as automation took over. Now we’re facing the fourth industrial revolution in which artificial intelligence will be replacing a lot of the menial digital labor, and the workforce is again unprepared for this shift. Combating the skills gap in the workforce needs to start with education, and unfortunately there are many classrooms that haven’t yet caught up.

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