Friday, March 22, 2019

Educational Links 3/23/19

Scaffold Reflection for Deeper Metacognition and Better Feedback


IT’S WORLD WATER DAY – HERE ARE SOME NEW RESOURCES


26 Must-Watch TED Talks to Spark Student Discussions


Tips for Calming Anxious Kids


“I Think With My Feelings and See With My Heart:” A Child’s-Eye View of ADHD



7 April Fools’ Pranks for Teachers That Will Melt the Minds of Students



How to help struggling young readers


 The end of third grade is a turning point for young readers; it’s where skilled readers take off, finally able to competently read a variety of texts, and struggling readers teeter off track, often unable to ever catch up. This crucial juncture and its far-reaching implications for those who don’t meet the mark is why some educators are focusing their literacy efforts on the school years that come before third grade — hoping through innovation to offset what could be a terrible and lasting deficit in children’s reading skills.

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