Thursday, October 29, 2020

Educational Links 10/30/2020

School Has Lost Its Connection. Both Students and Teachers Are Feeling It.

4 Ways to Give Meaningful Feedback with Google Classroom

 When Students Break The Rules, Emphasize The Effect On Others


Teletherapy for ADHD is Simplifying Pandemic Life (and Treatment)

Struggling To Connect Through A Screen, Special Ed Teachers Make House Calls

We’re Pressuring Students to Read Too Fast, Too Much, Too Soon

If 2020 has taught us anything at all, it’s the value of slowing down. So why hasn’t that translated to how we teach reading to our early learners? If there was ever a time to push back on developmentally inappropriate standards for beginning readers, it’s now. Because current practice is not only failing to produce children who love to read—it’s failing to even improve reading scores.

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