Saturday, May 30, 2020

Educational Links 5/31/2020

How to Help Students Navigate This Social-Emotional Rollercoaster

How To Ease The Strain On Your Students’ Mental Healthremote learning,

Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs Children

What Teachers Wish the Public Knew About Their Jobs During COVID-19

Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup

A powerful gift of reflection and learning for teachers and students

Lessons and leadership during the switch to online learning

School leaders are tasked with ensuring students have equitable access to the tools and connectivity required to make online learning possible

Want To Tip Your Toes In The Water? Bet Cezanne Did

Loving the summer blue of the sky and water. Would you like to take a walk down the

hill to the water? Let's go, I can hear the music from the cafe, we can get a croissant and 'Je voudrais un cafe au lait s'il vous plait.'

French Music & French Cafe: Best of French Cafe Music (French Cafe Accordion Traditional Music) 

Friday, May 29, 2020

Educational Links 5/30/2020

Professional Learning from Afar

How Reflective Supervision Sessions Help Teachers Cope with the Stress of the Job

10 online tools for STEM and movement

Survey: Lower-income students struggling with remote learning

professional development,

Fall Is a 'Tremendous Opportunity to Reimagine School'

Summer Activities Collection

MzTeachuh: Summer Activities Collection: Summer Activity: Let's Have a Cookout!     Summer A...

Laconic Summer Evening

MzTeachuh: Laconic Summer Evening: Paul Ranson  Apple Tree With Red Fruit Summer by Frank Bridge

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Educational Links 5/29/2020

8 ways to empower students to grow their grit

The Complex Question of Reopening Schools

Should All Teachers Loop With Their Same Students in the Fall

How Schools Can Prepare for a Very Different Kind of School Year

Why Schools Should Be Organized To Prioritize Relationships

Dear Teachers: You Are Also Essential

High expectations for summer programs as learning gaps predicted to grow

Advocates and researchers are emphasizing the role of remediation and enrichment in mitigating learning loss as "three months away from school has stretched to six."

Mother Nature's Son and Tomatoes

MzTeachuh: Mother Nature's Son and Tomatoes: A raven ate my first ripe tomato last week and according to research, shiny, moving objects such as dangling CDs should frighten the b...

“Hope” is the thing with feathers -

MzTeachuh: “Hope” is the thing with feathers -:   “Hope” is the thing with feathers - (314) By Emily Dickinson   “Hope” i...

Always Great Writing Prompts: MLK Quotes. Here's Twenty-Two

MzTeachuh: MLK Quotes: #1-22: MLK Quotes: #1   MLK Quotes: #2

Ed Tech and STEM Sites for Teachers

MzTeachuh: Ed Tech and STEM Sites for Teachers: Hey, check out these great sites for ed tech! Who doesn't want a freebie? ...

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Educational Links 5/28/2020

How Sidewalk Math Cultivates a Playful, Curious Attitude Towards Math

Why Should You Read Moby Dick - A New TED-Ed Lesson

Learning in the Time of Corona: Fast Classes and Less Sleep

Virtual special education meetings popular in some districts, but a major hurdle in others

Survey: Most principals against holding students back a year

Getting Ready to Teach Next Year

There’s a lot of uncertainty about the 2020–21 school year, but planning for a mix of remote and in-person instruction will help educators be ready.

Can You Handel This Music?

MzTeachuh: Can You Handel This Music?: The River Thames with St. Paul's, Canaletto Forgive the awful pun. One can imagine the music resonating over all of London to t...

Summer Activities: Art for All

MzTeachuh: Summer Activities: Art for All: 1. Sidewalk Chalk Art Show Keeps Kids Happy This Summer

...with only this short time...

MzTeachuh: ...with only this short time...: I didn't realize I like country music. George Harrison - Behind That Locked Door   ...

Oh Yeah, Let's Read!

MzTeachuh: Oh Yeah, Let's Read!: 5 Essential Skills Needed for Reading Comprehension

Let's Read These Books This Summer

MzTeachuh: Let's Read These Books This Summer: Book Review Newbery Award Winner: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry

Summer Activity: The Sky Is Cheap Entertainment

MzTeachuh: Summer Activity: The Sky Is Cheap Entertainment: Perseid meteor shower. We lived in Hawaii at Hickam AFB for several years, and the list of advantages to that is long--but one that st...

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Educational Links 5/27/2020

How Virtual One-to-One Meetings Are Helping Us Build a Strong Online Classroom

What Is The Identity Of Your Classroom?

6 Classroom Changes Teachers Will Make When Schools Reopen

Schools would get $1 billion to help homeless students under bipartisan federal proposal

Why Some Kids Talk Nonstop

Teaching Target Language Vocabulary With Micro Field Trips

10 Ways To Give Students More Control Of Their Education

Summer Bump Not Slump: Fun with STEM

MzTeachuh: Summer Bump Not Slump: Fun with STEM: The sky is cheap entertainment. 6 Ways to Explore the Nighttime Sky With Your Kids

Somebody Come and Play!

MzTeachuh: Somebody Come and Play!: Nanny nanny boo boo you can't catch me! Weeee I'm freeee!   C'mon, silly, let's play! You can't be ...

Summer Bump Not Slump: I'm Curious About...

MzTeachuh: Summer Bump Not Slump: I'm Curious About...:   How to Get Kids Hooked on Nonfiction Books This Summer

Monday, May 25, 2020

White Fang by Jack London: Great Summer Read

MzTeachuh: White Fang by Jack London: Great Summer Read: It's like a hundred degrees outside. Even video games are boring. What's a kid to do? Jack London will take you on an adventure an...

Yes, Claude, A Trip To The Beach Would Be Nice

MzTeachuh: Yes, Claude, A Trip To The Beach Would Be Nice: The Path at La Cavee, Pourville Monet Here's some Impressionist music to go with-- Claude Debussy - La Mer  https:/...

Educational Links 5/26/2020

Reopening School: What it Might Look Like


It’s Not Children’s Education We Should Worry About, It’s Their Mental Health

A Lesson Planning Framework That Leads to Productive Struggle

My challenging students are doing better in lockdown

How to Develop Culturally Responsive Teaching for Distance Learning

Digital Instruction During the Pandemic

Teaching virtually comes with its own set of challenges—especially during a pandemic. Use these strategies to focus on specific goals, embrace uncertainty, and keep communication open.

Summer: Vivaldi and Van Gogh

MzTeachuh: Summer: Vivaldi and Van Gogh: Poppies and Butterflies Van Gogh The intensity of insects buzzing, the sirocco searing across your face. Flowers bloom then fade daily...

MzTeachuh's Hanging Out With The Kid Collection

MzTeachuh's Hanging Out With The Kid Collection: Hanging Out With the Kid--Self Esteem     Hanging Out With The Kid--...

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Educational Links 5/25/2020

Four Teaching Moves That Promote A Growth Mindset In All Readers

How Can Educators Tap Into Research to Increase Engagement During Remote Learning?

Coronavirus: Latest Updates and Tips

5 Ways to Boost Attendance in Virtual Class Meetings

Nap Time Boosts Learning, Studies Say

Stop Telling Me What School Might Look Like!

Co-Teaching in Distance Learning

A middle school English and special education teacher share how they meet the needs of all of their students—and the new practices they’ll bring back to the classroom.

Summer Bump Not Slump: Stuff To Do

MzTeachuh: Summer Bump Not Slump: Stuff To Do: A summer reading list for tweens   BirdSleuth Action Map

Summer Activity: How Do Your Garden Friends Grow?

MzTeachuh: Summer Activity: How Do Your Garden Friends Grow?: A frequent family visitor to my garden on a summer morning. A tiny garden, a whole farm--size doesn't matter. Creating a lovely h...

Mommy, Read It Again!

MzTeachuh: Mommy, Read It Again!: Mother and Child Reading, by Frederick Warren Freer That adds up to 4,893 bedtimes stories by age nine. Mother's Day May 13.

Kids' Activities For Summer (Warning: Its Gonna Be...

MzTeachuh: Kids' Activities For Summer (Warning: Its Gonna Be...: Is that where we'll land, dad? 1. The sky tonight. And it's warm out!   2. This ...