Saturday, April 13, 2019

Educational Links 4/14/19


The Best Classical Music For The Classroom

Social-Emotional Learning: What You Need to Know

Differentiating by Offering Choices


Doris Kearns Goodwin’s 10 Leadership Lessons from the White House


Using data to solve boundary challenges


What Is The MAP Reading Fluency Test? A Literacy Assessment Tool For Teachers



When kids have dyscalculia, it impacts how well they learn and do math in school. But having poor number sense and other math skills can also lead to all sorts of challenges in daily life.
For example, kids with dyscalculia may have trouble with amounts, time, distance, speed, counting, mental math, and remembering numbers. Those difficulties can show up in ways you might not expect or recognize as being related to math.

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