Saturday, April 3, 2021

Educational Links 4/4/21


After A Year Of Remote Classes, Teachers Are Meeting Students For The First Time

Enduring Practices From Remote Teaching

Why So Many Teachers Struggle With Classroom Management

‘I Miss the Interaction': The Pandemic Has Thrown Curveballs at School Counselors

What California teachers want to share with other educators

Teaching Kids About Boundaries

Flipped Learning Can Be a Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning Post-Pandemic

When we look at all the assumptions that have been overturned in higher education because of the pandemic and all the needs that have only grown during this time, what becomes clear is that frameworks that previously worked for higher education are no longer guaranteed to function. Something new is needed, and flipped learning may be exactly the right model for where higher education is headed once the pandemic is over.

Friday, April 2, 2021

Educational Links 4/3/2021


Why We Should Make It Easier–Not Harder–To Be A Teacher

California school districts get OK to choose local assessments over statewide tests this spring

14 Essential Tips for Teaching Theme in Language Arts

Superintendents share reopening strategies in Ed Dept 'Lessons from the Field' session

“9 Calming Strategies for a Racing, Restless Mind.”

 What We Know About Suicide During the Pandemic (and What We Don’t)

What’s Wrong With Points?

Grading systems should be clear and motivating to students, and points-based grading often fails on both counts. A few tips to keep students focused on learning.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Educational Links 4/2/2021


What Life Was Like for Students in the Pandemic Year

Teaching Strategies to Aid in Transition Years

Teens Are Driving COVID-19 Surges. Can Schools Counteract That?

Some districts looking to cut back PE as campuses reopen

What Students Will Learn: 8 Responsive Content Areas Of The Future

A Pro-Trump Student Group Will Launch a History Curriculum. It Could Get a COVID-19 Boost

10 Ways ADHD Can Hide in Plain Sight

ADHD is sometimes impossible to miss — and other times far too easy to overlook. The children who exhibit stereotypical symptoms (i.e. hyperactivity or impulsivity) are often diagnosed, while those with not-so-obvious signs (i.e. emotional dysregulation or sleeplessness) may be misdiagnosed into adulthood — or entirely. Here are the ADHD signs most likely to hide in plain sight.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Monday, March 29, 2021

Educational Links 3/30/2021


How Some Mistakes Can be Generative for Teachers and Students Alike

How to Use Gameplay to Enhance Classroom Learning

We Ignore the Pain of Black Children

25% More Teachers Projected To Retire This Year

Hybrid Learning Not Making the Grade? Try These Smart Fixes

5 ways COVID-19 is influencing school construction projects

Post-Reading Comprehension Strategies

20 Ways To Improve A Test, Quiz, Or Other Assessment

Formative versus assessment, rigor, and the evasive nature of understanding are also areas for exploration. But rarely is there discussion about the kinds of things teachers can do–literal actions and concrete strategies–to help streamline the assessment process, and hopefully produce purer results you can trust.

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Educational Links 3/29/2021

6 Types Of Assessment Of Learning

How To Have Behavior-Changing Influence With Students

Social Communication Disorder Basics

School survey shows ‘critical gaps’ for in-person learning

How Sketchnoting Can Help with ‘Zoom Fatigue,’ Student Agency and Building Relationships

6 Current Teaching Trends We’ll Look Back On and Think WHAT?!


5 Ways to Build Resilience in Students

Students need the tools to deal with adversity. Here’s how teachers can help.