Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Educational Links 1/10/19

Why Dyslexia Is More Than a Reading Disorder


Don’t ask which ed tech products work, ask why they work


How Teachers Can Support and Challenge Twice-Exceptional Students


30 Amazing Sources for Free Teacher Resources


Time Is an Essential Teacher Resource, So How Can Schools Be More Creative With It?



Parents and Teachers Pass On Math Anxiety to Kids Like a Virus, Especially to Girls



Collaborating on Project-Based Learning


Many schools have structures to support the work of a professional learning community (PLC). Teams have dedicated time to plan together, analyze data, and plan interventions and enrichment. They collaborate to support student achievement and foster a sense of shared responsibility for all students.
This culture and work can enhance the implementation of project-based learning (PBL), but teachers may struggle to see how their PLC can support PBL, instead of perceiving the PLC and PBL as separate aspects of their work. However, there are specific ways to make them work in harmony. A project cycle aligned to elements of the PLC can ensure greater success of PBL in terms of both teacher and student learning.


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