Sunday, June 16, 2019

Educational Links 6/17/19

Understanding Dyslexia

How Trauma-Informed Teaching Builds A Sense of Safety And Care

10 Ways Literacy Can Promote A Deeper Understanding Of Math

7 Strategies to Turn Around a Struggling School

10 Things I Wish the World Knew About ADHD

Mindfulness: It's Time For a Digital Detox

What's At Risk When Schools Focus Too Much on Student Data?

The argument in favor of all this is that the more we know about how students are doing, the better we can target instruction and other interventions. And sharing that information with parents and the community at large is crucial. It can motivate big changes. It's to serve equity and uphold civil rights, say the latest Ed Department regulations, that states must "provide clear and transparent information on critical measures of school quality and equity to parents and community members."

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