Thursday, April 5, 2018

Educational Links 4/6/18


15 Questions To Ask When Introducing New Content To Students


5 Things to Know About the Oklahoma Teacher Walkout



Government Report Finds Racial Disparities In School Discipline



Ten Ways to Use Google Earth In Your Classroom

http://practicaledtech.com/2017/07/09/practical-ed-tech-tip-of-the-week-ten-ways-to-use-google-earth-in-your-classroom/

ADHD or Immaturity? What the Research Really Means for Parents


MLK's Legacy in the Classroom: Truncated and Tidied Up


Five steps to faster, better lesson planning



What Do Teachers Need to Truly Challenge Every Kid in the Classroom?



Permission Granted: How School Leaders Can Support Teachers


Teaching is tough—it’s incredibly hard work and can be very taxing. There is increasing stress and work on teachers today, as evidenced by the high attrition rate that we see across the country.
Part of the stress that teachers feel is from outside influences, such as parents, government, district initiatives, and mandates, just to name a few. Additional stress comes from within the school—conflict with other staff members, student issues, lack of resources, and lack of support. As a school leader, how do we help teachers to combat this stress so they can thrive in our schools and not just survive in them?

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