Monday, October 22, 2018

Educational Links 10/23/18

10 Tips to Maintain Positive Student Behavior


How Can We Improve Special Education Without Asking Uncomfortable Questions?



How Teachers Can Help Every Student Shine


A Better Way to Integrate Edtech

Teaching Strategies to Boost Student Happiness


Three Ways Technology Can Help Teachers Differentiate Student Learning


Want to Offer Internships At Your School? A Tool To Make It Easier



Work-based opportunities are becoming more popular in many high schools as educators and parents look for ways to connect academic learning to real-world work. States like Vermont and New Hampshire already have work-based learning pathways at the state level, and voters in cities like Oakland have approved money to expand “linked learning.” Internships are also emerging as a way to help low-income students develop professional networks like those more affluent students have access to through family connections and community.

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