Monday, September 24, 2018

Educational Links 9/25/18

12 Warning Signs the IEP Team is NOT Doing Their Job!

6 Educational Android Apps to Help with ELL

Kids Who Need Help with Social Skills May Learn Best Together

The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs — and Some Resources That Can Help

4 Strategies Designed to Drive Metacognitive Thinking

Teaching metacognitive skills that encourage students to become more aware of their learning can help them shift from passive to active participants in the classroom. If the teacher is the only person thinking critically about learning goals, progress, skill development, curriculum design, and assessment, that is a missed opportunity. Teachers must help students become active agents in the classroom who are able to make key decisions about what they learn and how they learn.

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