Saturday, February 23, 2019

Educational Links 2/23/19

10 Things Every Teacher Needs To Survive

The Best School Options for Students with ADHD and LD

Northern Virginia school under fire after students instructed to play ‘runaway slave game'

Using Neuroscience to Launch a Research-Informed School Schedule

12 Priorities For The Modern Public School Teacher

Pioneering Tech-Savvy Rural Schools

8 Of The Most Common Sources Of Formative Assessment Data

How Making Time for Mindfulness Helps Students

Not knowing the answer to a question when you’re called on in front of the entire class. Forgetting your homework. The kid behind you pulling your hair. School poses a lot of stressful moments, but how children (and teachers) react to them can make all the difference.
A new study suggests that mindfulness education — lessons on techniques to calm the mind and body — can reduce the negative effects of stress and increase students’ ability to stay engaged, helping them stay on track academically and avoid behavior problems.

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