Sunday, June 3, 2018

Educational Links 6/4/18

Is Good Teaching Caught or Taught?

The Catholic School Difference

5 Ways to Improve Teacher Evaluation Systems

My Teen Blames His Bad Behavior on His Learning Issues. What Should I Do?

Behavior Management Policies: More Harm Than Good?

At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for Dyscalculia

Why Giving Effective Feedback Is Trickier Than It Seems

Often teachers think of giving feedback as useful to the student, but it should also be fruitful for the teacher. An individual instance of feedback can give a teacher a close-up look at the student’s abilities with a specific skill, a snapshot of where they are in the scope of the class, and some ideas about where to go in the long term.

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