Friday, May 28, 2021

Educational Links 5/29/21

Don’t Teach Kids How To Read, Teach Them Why

Teacher to teacher: How racial identity work makes us better advocates for our students

 Classroom Management: Ways to Make a Better School

Teachers Say Laws Banning Critical Race Theory Are Putting A Chill On Their Lessons


9 Ways To Be A Smarter, Mentally Sharper Teacher

When a Mood Disorder Looks Like ADHD — and Vice Versa: Differentiating Signs of Emotional Dysregulation

As the name suggests, mood disorders are associated with persistent emotional dysregulation. Moodiness is common with bipolar disorder, but it’s also common with ADHD, ODD, DMDD, and other neurobehavioral conditions. Differentiating one condition’s symptoms of moodiness from another is critical in accurately diagnosing patients and determining a helpful treatment and management route.

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