Friday, June 21, 2019

Educational Links 6/22/19

Can 360-Degree Feedback Empower Students and Teachers?


A Teacher's Case Against Summer Vacation


12 tools for courage and SEL in the classroom



10 Educational Google Drive You Can Use Using Chrome Apps


Here are a handful of social-emotional learning activities that can help your child manage emotions and work on social skills—and have some fun with you along the way. These social-emotional learning games are very low-tech. And all are designed to fit easily into your daily routines.


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