Sunday, April 12, 2020

Educational Links 4/13/2020

Coronavirus Storytime: Here's Where To Find Celebrities Reading Children's Books Online

How Online Book Read-Alouds Can Help Students' Literacy and Connection During Social Distancing 

Strategies to Support Some of Our Most Vulnerable Students Through Distance Learning

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Keep Your Classroom Discussions Going with KQED Learn

Great Tools for Making Mind Maps and Flowcharts

Exaggerated Emotions: How and Why ADHD Triggers Intense Feelings

“Challenges with processing emotions start in the brain itself. Sometimes the working memory impairments of ADHD allow a momentary emotion to become too strong, flooding the brain with one intense emotion.” Thomas Brown, Ph.D., explains why (and how) ADHD sparks such intense anger, frustration, and hurt.

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