Saturday, March 27, 2021

Educational Links 3/28/21


How to Recognize Early Signs of Executive Functioning Disorder

Attention-Grabbing Teaching Techniques for Distracted Students

What Is Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy?

What 3-foot social distance means for reopening of California schools

Sent home early: Lost learning in special education

Some students with disabilities have had their school days shortened for months or years, often with devastating consequences.

Friday, March 26, 2021

Educational Links 3/27/21


School Reopening Requires More Than Just Following the Science

10 Ways ADHD Can Hide in Plain Sight

When They Read But Don’t Understand: The Leap From Decoding To Comprehension

Taking a look at global learning loss

Should You Really Give Fs During A Pandemic?

Google Meet Transcripts Automatically Saved as New Google Docs

How to Use Gameplay to Enhance Classroom Learning

Research shows that using games in teaching can help increase student participation, foster social and emotional learning, and motivate students to take risks.

Monet and Vivaldi: Tulips, Music and Spring

MzTeachuh: Monet and Vivaldi: Tulips, Music and Spring: Claude Monet Tulip Field with the Rijnsburg Windmill Here is the first cousin of Monet's tulips in my garden. I was hoping ...

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Educational Links 3/26/21

How To Build Rapport With A Mask On

A Quick Tip for Categorizing Gmail Messages

Better, Faster, Stronger: How Learning Engineering Aims to Transform Education

3 takeaways from the Ed Department's National Safe School Reopening Summit

Do Teachers Have to Disclose Their Vaccination Status? Experts Weigh In

Ed Department Urged To Direct More COVID-19 Relief Funds To Students With Disabilities

Making Project-Based Learning Inclusive in a Hybrid Setting

It's not easy making students feel connected when everyone isn't in the same room, but these science teachers found a way to make it work.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Educational Links 3/25/2021

Contact Tracing? Sports? Experts Explain School Reopening Research and Recommendations

Introducing MeLearning: A Student-Centered Learning Model

How COVID-19 Will Make Fixing America’s Worst-Performing Schools Even Harder

How a School District Proved Gifted Programs Can Be Racially Diverse

10 Kids Books Psychologists Recommend in 2021

What are California teachers seeing as the early grades go back to school?

Many are surprised by how young children are adhering to health and safety guidelines.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Monday, March 22, 2021

Educational Links 3/23/2021


How Community Service Supports Students in Tough Times

COVID-19 Aid Package Protects Funding for Students in Poverty, But Could Challenge Schools

How Schools Can Meet Students’ Academic and Emotional Needs at the Same Time

Why a return to the classroom was scary but worth it

How 5 superintendents are planning the 2021-22 school year

Building resilience: 8 books to help kids face challenges

Our Kids Are Not Broken

Our kids have lost so much—family members, connections to friends and teachers, emotional well-being, and for many, financial stability at home. And, of course, they’ve lost some of their academic progress. The pressure to measure—and remediate—this “learning loss” is intense; many advocates for educational equity are rightly focused on getting students back on track. But I am concerned about how this growing narrative of loss will affect our students, emotionally and academically. Research shows a direct connection between a student’s mindset and academic success.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Educational Links 3/22/21

5 ways edtech builds cross-curricular connections to STEM content

Your Emotional Responses to ‘Bad’ Behavior are Counterproductive

California adopts CDC’s recommendation to reduce social distancing in school to 3 feet

 Should Schools Use UV Light to Eliminate COVID-19?

Students With Limited Verbal Capabilities Can Thrive in Inclusive Classrooms

Choice in school assessments can relieve student stress

COVID-19 has impacted the way educators and experts think about assessments, from some suggesting testing be delayed to redesigning the tests. By rethinking assessments, educators can also expand student choice. 

Kids Need the Arts

MzTeachuh: Kids Need the Arts: Arts integration  is an approach to teaching and learning through which content standards are taught and assessed equitably in and through...

Dyslexia Revealed

MzTeachuh: Dyslexia Revealed: The MindShift Guide to Understanding Dyslexia ...