Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Educational Links 9/5/18

What Is Missing From Our Curricula?



Thriving special ed programs have these 7 elements



10 Professional Development Rules for New Teachers


LET’S TRY BECAUSE OUR STUDENTS NEED US: A STORY OF PERSISTENT EDTECH INTEGRATION


How Do You Improve As A Teacher? A Little Bit Every Day


What's New in Teaching Coding in the Classroom


To Raise Confident, Independent Kids, Some Parents Are Trying To 'Let Grow'



While its goal is a cultural shift, its methods are almost laughably simple. Let Grow is reaching out to elementary schools across the country to assign kids the Let Grow project as homework. Participating kids decide to do something on their own that they haven't done before — whether it's walking the dog around the block, or making dinner, or walking a few aisles over in the supermarket to get some eggs. The schools also set up "Let Grow play clubs" — mixed ages, no structure, and no adult direction. Just free, child-led play.

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