Thursday, September 3, 2020

Educational Links 9/4/30

15 Mental Health Tips For Teachers

Underappreciated No More: A Free Edtech Platform Shines as Schools Go Remote

Here’s what 51,000 Detroit students can expect the first day of school to look like

Best practices for remote learning, according to experts

Why Good Teachers Quit

College Is Important. So Is Mental Health. Here's How To Study Without Burning Out

4 Ways to Enhance Human Interaction in Socially-Distanced Learning

We're all striving to get back to at least some version of in-person learning. While it is absolutely essential to protect the health of teachers and students, keeping children out of school can have long-term repercussions on their education. A recent study by researchers at Tulane University found that it took two school years for returning students to recover the learning lost to Hurricane Katrina. The impact was even worse for low income and African American students.

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