Sunday, February 9, 2020

Educational Links 2/10/20

The Significant Benefits Of Creativity In The Classroom

 Get Paid for 180 Days of Work Each Year, but I Actually Work More Than 250

When Teachers Are Tough Graders, Students Learn More, Study Says

3 Lessons Learned as a New Teacher

Why Mindfulness And Trauma-Informed Teaching Don't Always Go Together

How Collaboration Unlocks Learning and Lessens Student Isolation

How Revising Math Exams Turns Students Into Learners, Not Processors

Here’s the big takeaway: In general, when students work together, they make greater academic and social gains than when they compete against one another or when they work individually. But merely putting students into groups is not enough to realize these gains. To be effective, cooperative work needs to be structured so that it embodies five key components.

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