Monday, February 3, 2020

Educational Links 2/4/20

The Shift From Content To Purpose: A Continuum of Choice

Edtech Tools for SPED, Math, and Reading

 Brainy Strategies for Teaching and Learning

25 Ways To Use Pinterest According To Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

20 Collaborative Learning Tips And Strategies For Teachers

7 Ways to Make Teaching a More Sustainable Profession

Signs a Child Might Have Auditory Processing Disorder

Some young children seem to have problems deciphering or decoding the sounds that make up language. Even though they have normal hearing, they miss a lot of the details of what’s being said around them, especially in noisy or distracting environments. These children may have a condition called auditory processing disorder, and that can interfere with both learning and interacting with other people.

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