Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Educational Links 9/26/18


OPINION: Bullying is on the rise, survey shows. How did we get here?

Gaps in California law requiring schools to test for lead could leave children at risk


In the Rush to Improve Early Education, Don't Forget About Teachers



Study: High School Grade Inflation Pervasive


Why Should You Read Poe? - A TED-Ed Lesson



A Better Way to Teach the Civil Rights Movement


Who Is Your Eduhero?


The term “eduhero” has become popular over the past few years, but what exactly does it mean? I would define it as someone who is a “voice” in education. It could be a teacher who tweets pictures of their classroom, a prominent education author, a Pinterest teacher star, or a Teachers-Pay-Teachers whiz. The common thread between all eduheros is that they use social media to promote what they do in the classroom. The Twitter hashtag #eduhero is another way to tag teachers who are doing great things. 

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