Monday, December 30, 2019

Educational Links 12/31/19


The Answer for Schools Is Not More Technology. It’s Teachers and Human Connection.


12 Ways Teachers Can Build Resilience So They Can Make Systemic Change



The Ultimate List of Mindfulness Exercises


American students aren't getting smarter — and test-based 'reform' initiatives are to blame


How Revising Math Exams Turns Students Into Learners, Not Processors



EVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT STAFFPERSON IN CHARGE OF CURRICULUM ADOPTION SHOULD READ THIS PIECE EXPLAINING WHY WE TEACHERS TEND TO NOT USE THE MATERIAL


The Surprisingly Low-Tech Way Schools Are Keeping Students Off Tech


Some studies suggest there’s a correlation between cell phone bans and better learning outcomes. One study of high schools in England found that those that introduced a mobile phone ban saw an improvement in student performance on a year-end test. Another report, involving college students, associated frequent cell phone use with anxiety and lower grades.

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