Saturday, February 5, 2022

Educational Links 2/5/2022


The COVID Academic Slide Could Be Worse Than Expected


Are We Giving Autistic Children PTSD From School?

Children acted out more during distance learning, parents say, deepening learning loss

Don’t Return to Your School’s Pre-Pandemic Schedule. Improve It Through Brain Science.

Twice-Exceptional Kids: Both Gifted and Challenged

3 Alternatives to Assigning Detention

Developing relationships with students to help them make positive choices requires planning and patience, but the work pays off.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Educational Links 2/2/22


Distracted? These Four Learning Strategies Can Help

Why More Schools Are Adding Mental Health Breaks to the Calendar

Frustrating, exhausting but worth it: School principals tell what their jobs are like now

More than half of teachers are looking for the exits, a poll says

4 Ways to Fight Bias in Grading

Impactful Storytelling in the Classroom

Why Does All Ed Reform Fail?

Why We Must Achieve Equitable ADHD Care for African American and Latinx Children

Inadequate ADHD interventions for Black and Latinx children is a multifactorial problem – the result of distrust in medical providers due to historical trauma, coupled with disparities in diagnosis and treatment, plus relatively poor access to care. Furthermore, inadequate treatment for ADHD will and can result in serious consequences at school that negatively impact the health and wellbeing of children of color. It is crucial, therefore, for clinicians to provide early and adequate intervention for ADHD in these children.

Being Culturally Responsive

Responsive Teaching Starts With Students

Steps to Make Classrooms More Culturally Responsive

Getting Started With Culturally Responsive Teaching

What is culturally responsive teaching?

Culturally responsive teaching (CRT) is a research-based approach to teaching. It connects students’ cultures, languages, and life experiences with what they learn in school. These connections help students access rigorous curriculum and develop higher-level academic skills. 

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Teachable Moment: Presidents Day

Teachable Moment: Presidents Day: So many speeches--you can choose so many presidents--what a great resource. I would ch...

Educational Links 2/1/22


4 Advantages of Digital Discussions in the Classroom

Is Remote Learning Here to Stay? Yes, But It Needs to Get Better

Student proposals on how to Rethink School

“My Teacher Hates Me!”

California ready to launch $3 billion, multiyear transition to community schools

Anxiety, stress remain top concerns for California students, survey finds

Metacognition: 7 strategies to use in any class

Metacognition - also known as thinking about thinking - is an increasingly popular and a hugely important area of pedagogy.