Saturday, August 14, 2021

Educational Links 8/15/21


New initiative targets 10,000 underserved students for in-demand cloud computing careers

What is dyslexia?

Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Student Achievement?

Vaccines should be mandated for teachers and students, Thurmond says

4 Reading Strategies to Retire This Year (Plus 6 to Try Out!)

Down With Toxic Positivity! For Teachers and Students, Healing Isn’t Blind Optimism

No Motivation? 5 Steps to Build Drive and Confidence

Teachers and parents can take advantage of these strategies for training focus, combating procrastination, and prioritizing effectively to achieve the success that drives future motivation in their students with ADHD.

Friday, August 13, 2021

Educational Links 8/14/21

What Is Question-Based Learning?

How to Support At-Risk Students in Your Classroom

What is special education?

Tools That Help English Language Learners Online and In Person

How schools help students who’ve lost loved ones to Covid


Forget Critical Race Theory in the Classroom. Kids Are Learning About Race on TikTok.

How Novice and Expert Teachers Approach Classroom Management Differently

A 2021 study reveals the ways in which new and experienced teachers think about discipline—plus 6 takeaways for managing your classroom effectively this year.

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Educational Links 8/11/21

Great Book Creator Resources to Start the New School Year



If you feel your child is not ready for first grade due to the pandemic

Serious Cases Remain Rare, But Coronavirus Infections In Children Are On The Rise

How to Support At-Risk Students in Your Classroom

3 tech-based strategies to support diversity in the classroom

Can We Stop Calling Them Careless Mistakes?

There are a variety of sources of student errors in math, and labeling them ‘careless’ might mean missing a chance to help students learn.

Educational Links 8/10/21


42 Ways to Boost Learning by Applying Our Bodies, Surroundings and Relationships

What Students Will Need as the Year Begins

In New Push to Grow Online Degree Offerings, Coursera Changes Revenue-Sharing Options

School leaders brace for mask bullying in fall

Quick Guide: What is independent study in California?

Teachers Feel Anxious About the New School Year. How Principals Can Help

3 Classroom Behaviors Rooted in ADHD Executive Dysfunction

Punishing disruptive behaviors in the classroom that stem from ADHD will do little to change behavior. Luckily, teaching executive function skills to these students can help minimize blurting out in class, talking too much, and leaving assigned seats.

Sunday, August 8, 2021

Educational Links 8/9/21


Why You Should Bring Podcasts Into Your Classroom

9 Mean Teacher Comments Every Student with ADHD Knows Too Well

When to Worry About an Anxious Child


These Districts Will Risk Breaking State Law to Continue Anti-Racism Work

How going remote led to dramatic drops in public school students 

Fighting the Delta Variant: School Reopening Just Got a Lot More Complicated

5 Ways Districts Are Battling the Delta Variant Amid Political Upheaval

“My teacher is so mean. She doesn’t like me.” If your child has ADHD, you know that “mean teachers” are rarely cruel on purpose. But sometimes their lack of knowledge and training on ADHD means that they have expectations — and comments — that are wholly inappropriate and/or unhelpful for our kids. Here are the 9 that I remember most clearly.