Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Educational Links 10/22/2020


Lucy Calkins Says Balanced Literacy Needs 'Rebalancing'

Why Teaching Kindergarten Online Is So Very, Very Hard

Recognizing the Stressors That Paralyze ADHD Brains

Please Stop Expecting Normal From Kids (and Teachers) Right Now

Flexible backup plans keep online learning going through illness, outages

Moving remote learning from reactive to proactive

How to Connect with Reluctant Students During Remote Learning

Students are reluctant to engage in instruction for a multitude of reasons. While teachers should strive to have all students engaged in instructional activities, teachers have more direct ownership of some of these reasons for students not being engaged. The key to increasing student engagement is to invest in key areas. These key areas can be viewed like low-hanging fruit. By investing in these areas, educators are likely to reap a harvest that leads to increased student learning outcomes.

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