Friday, June 25, 2021

Educational Links 6/26/21


Why More Schools Are Excusing Student Absences for Mental Health

Forget “Back to Normal”—It’s Time to Rebound

13 books to take pupils out of their comfort zone

6 Tips for Introducing Chapter Books to Preschoolers

How Do You Recover From the Longest School Year? You Rest, Relax, and Then You Recharge

The difference between accommodations and modifications

California school districts receive unprecedented windfall but lack teachers to help students catch up

California schools collectively have billions of state and federal dollars to spend on programs to help students catch up on the learning they lost while school campuses were closed. But many districts do not have enough fully qualified teachers to fill regular classrooms, let alone to launch new academic programs this fall.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Educational Links 6/25/21



What Is The 3-2-1 Strategy And How Can It Be Used For Critical Thinking?

Combating Learning Loss this Summer

3 ways to support students with disabilities post-pandemic

More Families Have Internet Access. So Why Hasn’t the Digital Divide Begun to Close?

How to Help Students Take a Mental-Health Break This Summer

Different Ways of Looking at How to Use Edtech

Frameworks for integrating educational technology help teachers plan for how best to use digital tools in the classroom.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Educational Links 6/24/21


Understanding Learning ‘Acceleration’: Going Slow to Go Fast

Building Climate Literacy With Community Science Projects

3 ways to support teachers in flexible learning environments

Gov. DeSantis limits restraint methods for disciplining students with disabilities

California children struggled with poverty before the pandemic, says report

Three Strategies for Advancing Antiracist Practices

In a Win for Student Speech, Supreme Court Rules in Favor of the ‘Snapchat Cheerleader’

“The Court made clear that schools’ power to limit campus speech is not unlimited,” says Jeff Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, a nonprofit. “Schools can’t act like parents when disciplining off-campus speech. Students do have important First Amendment interests.”

Monday, June 21, 2021

Educational Links 6/22/21

Scientific Inquiry Both In and Out of the Classroom

Tools And Apps To Help Struggling Teen Readers

Sparking Interest in Biology by Focusing on Conservation

CDC: Lags in Childhood Vaccines Could Spark Outbreaks in Other Illnesses

14 Phrases Kids Said That Were Code Words for 'I'm Anxious'

Sunday, June 20, 2021

Educational Links 6/21/21

More Than 1 Million Students Didn’t Enroll During the Pandemic. Will They Come Back?

Lesson planning with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

The Simplest Way To Slow The Dreaded Summer Slide

Distance learning preliminary injunction denied in California

Here Come the Virtual Academies

Why Teaching English Through Content Is Critical for ELL Students

Climate Justice Projects Combine Science and Citizenship

Schools and districts can help students make connections between course content, environmental issues, and public policy.