Monday, July 30, 2018

Educational Links 7/31/18


Back to School Ideas for Middle & High School Teachers: Getting To Know Your Students


4 ways to make high-impact teaching a reality


The ADA: 28 Years of Opportunity Unrealized



New ed-tech developments benefit special needs students



Where Do Educators Turn for Research into the Effectiveness of Technology Tools?


Why Some Parents Turn Their Backs on Public Schools, And What Can Be Done About It



5 Social-Emotional Learning Games to Play With Your Child


Looking for ways to help your child with social-emotional learning (SEL)? Many schools have started teaching kids how to do things like cope with feelings, set goals and get along with others. Parents can help kids work on these skills, too.
Here are a handful of social-emotional learning activities that can help your child manage emotions and work on social skills—and have some fun with you along the way. These social-emotional learning games are very low-tech. And all are designed to fit easily into your daily routines.







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