Saturday, December 8, 2018

Educational Links 12/9/18

Supporting Literacy in the Science Classroom

Teaching Problems and Solutions with a Winter Theme

Use the Winter Break to Renew Your Spirits and Sense of Purpose

Is It Time to Move Away From the Traditional School Calendar?


A Computer Science Teacher's Take on Tech: Start With Relationships

Sensory Processing FAQ

Some kids seem to have trouble handling the information their senses take in—things like sound, touch, taste, sight, and smell. Besides these common senses, there are also two other less well-known ones that can be affected—proprioception, or a sense of body awareness, and vestibular sense, which involves movement, balance, and coordination.
Kids with sensory processing issues experience too much or too little stimulation through these senses. They may also have difficulty integrating sensory information—for example things that they see and hear simultaneously, like a person speaking—might seem out of sync for them.

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