Saturday, June 19, 2021

Educational Links 6/20/21

The Science of Reading

Educators: When It Comes to DEI, We Can’t Be Silent

3 Traits Of A Gifted Teacher

Five Sources of Summer Math Activities for Elementary School Students


State orders stricter county oversight of districts' spending for low-income kids, English learners


Cheers and questions as some states and big school districts remove virtual learning option for fall

What Should Kids Do This Summer to “Catch Up”? Play.

Reducing Student Anxiety About Creative Digital Work

When students feel comfortable sharing creative work on open-ended projects, they’re better able to show what they know.

Friday, June 18, 2021

Educational Links 6/19/2021


The Keyword Search Activity That Teaches Critical Thinking

Why Are We Turning Our Backs on Remote Learning?

Tools to Promote Student Ownership of Learning


Tools to Promote Student Ownership of Learning

How Multisensory Activities Enhance Reading Skills

Reading lessons can involve more than just our eyes and ears. Here's how you can promote reading skills using all five senses.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Educational Links 6/18/21

Why some early childhood advocates want more transitional kindergarten choices


The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 255 Social Justice Education Via Liberal Science

How to Teach Consent Across the Curriculum

Studying the concept of consent outside the confines of health classes may leave students better equipped to apply what they learn.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Educational Links 6/17/21



12 Things Every Lesson You Teach Should Have

We all think we’re experts on ADHD, but even the best of us need a refresher course from time to time. See how you stack up with these questions, answered by two of the biggest experts in the field.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Educational Links 6/16/21


Teachers Are More Likely to Experience Depression Symptoms Than Other Adults

Schools should do more to help ever-increasing number ofhomeless students, study finds

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Google Meet

4 non-verbal communication strategies for teachers

Resources for Education Interviews and Six Things to Consider During the Process

A Taxonomy For Transfer: 14 Ways Learners Can Transfer What They Know

5 Strategies to Help Black Students Feel at Home in School

White teachers who take the time to know their Black students as individuals can foster a feeling of belonging that students need.

Monday, June 14, 2021

Educational Links 6/15/21

11 Ways to Upgrade Your Presentation Handout

Key Elements of SEL Implementation

How is technology impacting literacy?

End-of-the-Year Housekeeping: Reflect & Organize

Modeling Emotional Intelligence for Students

Map: Where Critical Race Theory Is Under Attack

Teachers report spring school reopenings were exhausting and unproductive

Those who taught in variations of a hybrid schedule, in which students divided their time between in-person instruction at school and distance learning at home, were the most frustrated. They characterized their experiences as “exhausting”, “stressful,” even “discombobulating.”