Friday, April 16, 2021

Educational Links 4/17/21


Too Much Focus on ‘Learning Loss’ Will Be a Historic Mistake

Teachers’ unions: Scapegoats or bad-faith actors in COVID-19 school reopening decisions?

Building resilience: 8 books to help kids face challenges

Celebrating World Book Day in Your Class

12 Good Resources for Learning About National Parks

8 States Debate Bills to Restrict How Teachers Discuss Racism, Sexism

15 Questions Students Can Ask Themselves When Learning New Content

It just might be that in a society where information is abundant, thinking habits are more important than knowledge.

Somewhere beneath wisdom and above the ‘things’ a student knows.

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Educational Links 4/16/2021

Why Educators Should Create More Inclusive Conversations in the Classroom

Neuroimaging and ADHD: Findings, Limitations, and Promise

How a Cheerleader’s Snapchat Profanity Could Shape the Limits of Students’ Free Speech

 Fun Earth Day Activities to Try in Your Classroom

Due Dates and the Value of Student Ownership

4 steps to addressing COVID-19 attendance barriers

The pandemic has made it harder for schools to measure attendance for remote and hybrid learning formats because the data is more difficult to consistently capture and analyze. For example, attendance data collected for remote learners could underestimate the number of children missing out on instructional time. 

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Educational Links 4/15/21



Modern Learning Strategies: 6 Channels Of 21st Century Learning

Using Deep Learning in the Virtual Classroom

Nearly $200B in K-12 pandemic relief funding brings advantages, challenges

What If ‘Back to Normal’ Is Terrifying — and Counterproductive?

7 Tips for Exploring Environmental Science Through Project-Based Learning

The National Park Service has great resources for students to do real environmental science work—even if they don’t visit a park.

Poem in Your Pocket Day April 29


Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Educational Links 4/14/2021


Report: Prepare now for predicted kindergarten 'bubble'

Strategies to Help Students 'Go Deep' When Reading Digitally

Promoting Scientific Inquiry Inside and Outside of the Classroom

How Do You Teach in a Pandemic? Focus on Core Values

Summer learning's promise: a first step to post-Covid healing

Austism spectrum disorder

The education system failed lower-income students–edtech can fix it

Today’s challenges can be solved by democratizing access to learning resources to help all students improve their performance and drive interest even in remote education.

Monday, April 12, 2021

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Educational Links 4/12/2021

Assess with Respect by Co-Constructing Success Criteria with Students

Finding a Path to Bridging Racial Divides

Why Venting When You Have Problems Feels Good—and Why It Doesn’t Work

Two New Google Workspace Features for Students - Including Saving Google Forms in Progress!

 Ed Dept to initiate Title IX review, propose new rules

Hybrid Learning Is (Still) Disorienting. How to Help Ground a Student with ADHD.

How—and Why—to Introduce Visual Note-Taking to Your Students

Alternative note-taking practices like mind-mapping and sketchnoting prompt students to organize their thoughts visually, boosting comprehension and retention.