Monday, April 20, 2020

Educational Links 4/21/2020

16 Everyday Activities That Count as Learning


The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 177 How Educators Can Help People Have Impossible Conversations


Are Elementary Teachers Jacks of All Trades or Masters of None?



Teaching During a Pandemic: Self-Care Is Good, Self-Compassion Is Better


Parents Of Those With Disabilities Seek Exception To COVID-19 No-Visitor Rules


MY LATEST BAM! RADIO SHOW IS ON “SIX STRATEGIES TO KEEP THE PASSION FOR READING ALIVE WHILE TEACHING ONLINE”


Flexibility and Collaboration, Not Waivers, Will Make Remote Learning More Equitable


On one side of the debate, some district and federal leaders argue that it is not possible to meet the demands of laws protecting students with disabilities in their entirety, and therefore online education must either be canceled or postponed pending waivers from accountability to these laws. Delivering remote education without appropriate accommodations for the approximately 14 percent of students nationwide who require special education could exacerbate inequities and put them at risk of litigation.


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