Thursday, February 21, 2019

Educational Link 2/22/19

Teaching Strategies for Middle School Development


How to Make District-Wide Innovation Personal—and Collaborative



The 9 Things People with Learning Disabilities Want You to Know



“SHOULD SCHOOLS SUSPEND SUSPENSIONS?”


CHOOSING THE RIGHT ADAPTIVE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY


Parents, Teachers Agree Inclusion Works for Students with Disabilities, but More Resources are Needed


Why Tweet?


In many schools, finding this time can be a huge challenge. Even if teachers can find the time to meet and talk, sometimes the group is not cohesive or collaborative enough to be very productive. And other times, they might not have a person in the school who teaches the same content or grade level. Teachers who want to plan and collaborate may have few, if any, options.

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