Monday, October 12, 2020

Educational Links 10/13/2020

 5 tips to build academic integrity

10 Ways To Slow Down And Sleep Well After A Long Day Of Teaching

6 Ways To Give Effective Feedback

'The mental energy to teach during Covid is staggering'

COVID-19 survey: Districts have basics, but finances and politics remain hurdles

Back to Basics: Lesson Planning for the Concurrent Classroom

A Day in the Life of a Child With Written Expression Disorder

Writing is a complex task that is vital to learning and is usually acquired in the early years of life. ‘Dysgraphia’ and ‘specific learning disorder in written expression’ are terms used to describe those individuals who, despite exposure to adequate instruction, demonstrate writing ability discordant with their cognitive level and age. 

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