Thursday, April 19, 2018

Educational Links 4/20/18

poem in your pocket day

2000+ Recordings of Poets and Fiction Writers Reading and Discussing Their Work



HOW THIS CATHOLIC SCHOOL INCLUDED A YOUNG MAN WITH DOWN SYNDROME


10 Ways to Help Your Grade-Schooler Manage Stress


What do Students Lose by Being Perfect? Valuable Failure



Podcast: Listen To Me Talk About “Encouraging New Voices”



Getting Student Input on the Burden of Homework


Imagine that you have a full-time job that requires you to be at the office for seven to 10 hours a day, and your boss tells that you that you will also need to work offsite on nights and weekends. After a few weeks, the after-hours projects are taking anywhere from five to 20 hours a week, and you find that you don’t have a free minute. Your job performance and your home life suffer—you’re only sleeping five hours a night, and you missed a family celebration. Unfortunately, this is the only job you’re qualified for, so you can’t quit.
If you’re a high school student these days, this is your job.

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