Thursday, June 27, 2019

Educational Links 6/28/19

Why We Should Teach Legal-Reasoning Skills to Students

How Arts Teachers Are Strengthening Students' Social-Emotional Muscles

How Reflective Supervision Sessions Help Teachers Cope with the Stress of the Job

Teaching Students How to Ask Productive Questions

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ADHD’s Common Denominators: 11 Hidden Truths That Unlock Treatment Success

Executive function plays a big part in different aspects of learning to read. It’s key to mastering the alphabet and understanding what words mean. So when kids have weak executive functioning skills it can create certain difficulties with reading. Here are five ways executive functioning issues can affect reading.

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