Thursday, June 20, 2019

Educational Links 6/21/19


3 Ways to Build Student Agency into Your Lessons



5 WAYS TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THIS SUMMER


High-quality teachers significantly boost student attendance



'Principals Shouldn't Be Lonely'


Six Steps Toward Fair and Accurate Grading


Restoring Children’s Play: Overcoming Parental Fears


Children are designed, by nature, to spend hours per day playing with other children, independently of adults.  In such play they practice all sorts of physical and mental skills; discover and pursue their passions; and learn how to create their own activities, solve their own problems, get along with peers, and control their emotions and impulses. Depriving children of independent play inflicts serious harm on them. 

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