Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Educational Links 1/1/20



9 Tips for Teaching Your Child About Personal Safety


Educators Define Learning



DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION: ARE WE EXPECTING TOO MUCH?


Are We Setting Unrealistic Behavioral Expectations?


How Parents Can Help Middle Schoolers Build Confidence and Character



15 Reflection Strategies To Help Students Retain What You Just Taught Them


Frustrated With The Distractions Phones Cause, Some Schools Ban Them



Ask almost any teacher about their daily frustrations in the classroom and it won’t be long until you hear about students and their phones. Not only do teachers worry that their students aren’t learning because they’re distracted, but many also complain that constantly policing phone use damages their relationships with students. The issue has gotten to a point where some schools are banning phones during the school day, forcing kids to lock them up in little pouches every morning and unlocking them when the day is over.

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