Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Educational Links 3/11/20

Shining an Equitable Lens on Every Student

“Your Concept of Time Is Not Broken, It’s Just Unorthodox”

8 Things to Look For in Today’s Classroom

'Culturally Responsive Teaching Is Not a Quick Fix'

To close or not to close: As schools weigh tradeoffs in light of coronavirus, here’s what research says

5 Major Time Management Challenges for Teachers and How to Avoid These Time Sucks

Six Thinking Scaffolds That Can Move Students Toward Deeper Levels of Understanding

In the field of instructional design, experts have debated whether student-led, problem-based approaches — what researchers call “constructivist” approaches — work. In a new study, cognitive scientist Tina Grotzer and her research partners found further evidence of the effectiveness of structured problem-based learning, in which educators can support students in moving from novice toward expert-level understanding.

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