Friday, September 10, 2021

Educational Links 9/11/21

3 unexpected ways online PD strengthened my teaching

California legislators pass another law to make it easier to substitute teach 

We Lived Through History on 9/11. Our Students Are Doing the Same Today

How Remote Learning Subverts Power and Privilege in Higher Education

Schools systems continue to weigh roles of police on campus

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 264 Harnessing The Power Of Anxiety

The Value of Limiting Your Priorities for the School Year

These guiding questions will help school leaders focus on what really matters for their staff and students this year.

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Educational Links 9/10/21

25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

What is ADHD?

Building student resilience yields positive mental health behaviors

Ed Dept announces Project SAFE grants to support districts facing state penalties over masks

A Hallmark of School Shooters: Long History of Social Rejection


Setting Up a Mentoring Program to Encourage Students

When adults from the community serve as mentors who reinforce high expectations, students gain another vital source of support.

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Educational Links 9/8/21

3 ways educators are addressing the 20th anniversary of 9/11 in curriculum

Which States Are Reporting COVID-19 Cases in Schools?

Lost, horrible and heartbreaking: Independent study woes

How Do You Open School in a Pandemic? Start by Asking Teachers and Students

When ‘Careless Mistakes’ Aren’t: Dyscalculia, Math Anxiety, and Learning Strategies That Help

A Path to Improving Students’ Emotional Intelligence

Teachers can merge social and emotional learning and student choice to guide students to better understand themselves.

Monday, September 6, 2021

Educational Links 9/7/21


A Self Reg Lens on Returning to School during the COVID-19 Pandemic


6 Strategies To Make Classrooms Safer As The Delta Variant Spreads

Covid: Scientists warn of 'mass infection' of pupils

4 ways schools are enhancing parent relationships in the return to classrooms

No Strings Attached: Supporting Social and Emotional Learning With Puppets

Puppets help early childhood teachers encourage deeper relationships and bolster their learners’ confidence and communication skills.

Educational Links 9/6/21


A Visual Guide to COVID-Proofing Your School

It’s beyond time to showcase all postsecondary education paths

The Difference Between a Chrome Profile and a Google Account

4 Ways to Incorporate More Asian American Perspectives Into the Curriculum

“Planners, Small Wins, and Other Keys to High School Happiness”

3 ways educators are addressing the 20th anniversary of 9/11 in curriculum

Substitute shortages so severe, some districts may have to temporarily close classrooms

Some districts are asking parent and retired teachers to help.