Monday, May 28, 2018

Educational Links 5/29/18

Teachers may not be so hot on students’ use of digital devices for learning


Building Democratic Classrooms: Every Teacher Can Cultivate Civic Competencies



“Best” Lists Of The Week: Thematic Lists For Beginner ELLs




       Embed literacy into STEM projects



Want to Give Up Grades? Here's How You Can Get Buy-in



The New Librarian: How to lead a tech-integration revolution


Technology is just one component, but a significant one, of a strong school library program. Don’t neglect it or let it become your only focus; instead, use it as a catalyst for moving your program to the next level.
Stay visible, listen to teachers, and ask questions to clarify needs. Offer ideas for practical applications to create learning environments that support and challenge students. Strive to be a facilitator and let students take the lead when possible. And perhaps most important, remember the library does not need to be a physical space—it’s a state of mind.

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