Things I Found This Week February 26, 2016

Here are the articles I’ve linked to this week: Combating Social Isolation: It Starts with Hello 20 Quotes from Children’s Books Every Adult Should Know Standards, Grades and Tests Are Wildly Outdated, Argues ‘End of Average’ Should Computer Education Cover More Than Just Coding? How Parents and Teachers Can Nurture the ‘Quiet Power’ of […]

Things I Found February 12, 2016 Here are the articles and sites I’m sharing this week: The Role of School Discipline in the Race-Based Achievement Gap Medline Plus—Health Information from the National Library of Medicine How a Lincoln High Teacher Gets All His Students to Pass the AP Calculus Exam Get a Grip on Your Information Overload with ‘Informagical’ Is […]

Things I Found February 5, 2016 Articles I’m sharing: The Importance (and Impact) of Asking Good Questions Three and a Half Degrees of Separation Workaholic Students Amazon Launches Math Education Movement With Math I Can—Growth Mindset Tools Students Debate Political Issues Open Education Resources Get Major Boost from ESSA A Failing Grade for K-12 State Takeovers Face-to-Face Still Trumps Texts […]