Saturday, March 6, 2021

Educational Links 3/7/2021


Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development

Report: Parent school reviews correlate with test scores, not growth or effectiveness

Most Principals, District Leaders Predict Their Schools Will Be Fully In-Person This Fall

The Recent History Of The Neuroscience Of Learning: A Brief Overview

3 tips to engage students in math feedback during remote or hybrid learning

Attention School Leaders: Listening is Essential. Here’s How to Get Better at It.

ADHD Brains on Screens: Decoding a Complicated Relationship

“The major effect of screens — for adults, children, and adolescents – is that we sleep less because we don’t obey the rules for good sleep hygiene,” Anderson said. “This is particularly true for adolescents, for whom the prefrontal cortex is still developing and for whom executive functioning and planning is still under construction. They are still working on prioritizing tasks with long-term payoffs over and above ones they find rewarding in the moment. At that age, it can be really difficult to make the right decision about when to put down the phone, stop talking to your friends, and go to bed.”

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