Monday, July 1, 2019

Educational Links 7/2/19


EQUITY & ACCESS IN SCHOOLS



Using Reading & Writing Workshops with Middle & High School Students

6 Things Your Grade-Schooler With ADHD Can Say to Self-Advocate

Fostering Self-Regulation in Early Childhood: Are We Doing It Wrong?


Encouraging Students’ Independence in Math


End of term: the death and rebirth of a classroom


Phonics Instruction Doesn't Have to Be 'Boring & Dull'



I think phonics plays an important role in reading instruction, though it is often used in some of the most mind-numbingly ways possible. When I teach phonics to English-language learners, I share collections of words with similar sounds and accompanied by illustrations. I then ask students to identify the similarities and work together to create the "rules" that guide specific letter sounds. This kind of inductive teaching and learning promotes phonics and higher-order thinking skills of pattern-seeking and categorization.

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