Saturday, July 7, 2018

Educational Links 7/8/18

Federal Commission on School Safety


As Knowledge Demands Change, Curriculum Must Change, Too



Math, Forms, and Images - The Week in Review




Helping Students Prioritize with Due Windows and “Share”


What Is Classroom Management?




CONSEQUENCES OF THE NEW DIGITAL CHILDHOOD


Think back on your childhood, and you probably remember hours spent in active, imaginative, and outdoor play. It’s likely that you rough-housed with friends or neighbors, engaged with nature, and built entire worlds from sheer imagination.
The 21st century childhood is different. A 2010 Kaiser Foundation Study found that the average elementary school aged child spent 7.5 hours daily using entertainment technology, and 75 percent of these children had a television in their bedrooms. Of course, the widespread use of technology is only increasing, and new forms of digital entertainment are introduced regularly.

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