Saturday, August 22, 2020

Educational Links 8/23/2020

Emergency Remote Learning: What Worked Well?

What The Coronavirus Means For IEPs This Year

The Trump administration declared teachers ‘essential workers.’ Here’s what that means.

Family & Teacher Center


5 ways COVID-19 made me a better teacher

These tips for remote teaching during COVID-19 are relevant for teachers at the elementary level straight on up through higher education

Friday, August 21, 2020

Educational Links 8/22/2020

6 Messages Every Student Should Hear On The First Day Of School

Back to school during a pandemic: Answering your questions

5 truths for building a successful data culture

What Are Executive Functioning Skills?

5 financial issues schools will face due to the coronavirus-induced recession

Report: Remote Learning

What Is ADHD? Meaning, Symptoms & Tests

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurological disorder that impacts the parts of the brain that help us plan, focus on, and execute tasks. ADHD symptoms vary by sub-type — inattentive, hyperactive, or combined — and are often more difficult to diagnose in girls and adults. Here, we review the symptoms, causes, types, and tests associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Educational Links 8/21/2020

How a global community helps students adapt to virtual learning

10 Things Not to Say in an IEP Meeting

A six-hour school day with more live instruction: Chicago releases final fall plan

This Pandemic Has Been Tough, But Educators Are Tougher

3 Modes Of Thinking: Lateral, Divergent & Convergent Thought

Students who learn how to make comics—even simple ones—become stronger storytellers and gain confidence in their ability to be creative.

Time To Get Up- It's Morgenstimmung!

Impression: Sunrise  Claude Monet

Classical Music - Morning Mood (Grieg) Morgenstimmung

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Educational Links 8/20/2020

What Every Teacher Needs In Order To Grow

What Is Auditory Processing Disorder?

How to Foster a Positive School Climate in a Virtual World

Help Students Process COVID-19 Emotions With This Lesson Plan

3 Steps To More Effective Online Teaching

Study: Writing processes differ between proficient, lower-performing middle-schoolers

Asynchronous vs. Synchronous: How to Design for Each Type of Learning

liThis school year will look very different for most teachers. Some are beginning entirely online and others are returning to school on a modified schedule where they will only see students in person a couple of days a week. So, the question many teachers are asking is, “How should I spend my limited time with students in the classroom or in video conferencing sessions? What is the best use of that time?”

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Educational Links 8/19/2020

7 Characteristics of Great Professional Development

How To Ensure Students Wear Masks And Socially Distance

Flip the Switch on the Power Struggle

Talking to Kids About Sexual Abuse

How PBL Helps Students Engage With the World Around Them

What Student Activists Want Teachers To Know About Virtual Learning and Reopening Schools

Strategies for Online Instruction

Monday, August 17, 2020

Education Links 8/18/2020

When Did Women Get the Right to Vote in the United States? A Timeline

Creating Moments of Genuine Connection Online

Schools Reopen and COVID-19 Cases Crop Up. Can K-12 Leaders Be Confident in Their Plans?


Time to Go? How Do You Feel about Leaving Your Teaching Job?

Federal government must ensure schools have funds to re-open safely

The value of assessment in an uncertain school year

While pushback remains on high-stakes tests, curriculum experts say gauging what students learned during spring is crucial to allocate time and supports.

The Digital Classroom--so many resources!

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Common Sense and Classroom Management from Michael...

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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Educational Links 8/17/2020

Google Classroom Resources

Culturally Responsive Teaching: What You Need to Know

Ethnic studies mandate for California K-12 students gaining momentum in Legislature

What Workforce Education Is Learning From the Pandemic

In professional development for online teachers, highlighting failure led the way to success

Use Whole Novels to Teach Lit to the Whole Class

A Strategy for Building Productive Relationships With Parents

Reaching out to parents and guardians early with positive messages goes a long way toward creating successful partnerships with families.

Cutting Up with Matisse

The Sorrows of the King 

La Tristesse du roi

Henri Matisse 1952

Henri Matisse in 60 seconds

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs