Things I Found This Week, March 31, 2017 Here are the articles/sites I’m sharing this week: When Meditation Doesn’t Work, Try Journaling to Stay Sane US Border Agents are Doing ‘Digital Strip Searches.’ Here’s How to Protect Yourself. Obsessed about College Admissions? This Site is Too. Why You Should Keep a Journal (and How to […]
Things I Found This Week, February 24, 2017 Articles/sites I’m sharing this week: Why Teachers Are So Tired Disciplinary Literacy: A Shift That Makes Sense Students Reject “Fake News” to Write Footnoted, Neutral Wikipedia Entries Spotlight: Math in the Classroom How Teachers Are Helping Kids Understand the Trump Presidency What Makes a Good History Essay? […]
https://bitly.com/bundles/kimberlybrosan/T 5 Twitter hashtags you should be searching Social media remains a game-changer in education. Through platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, students are able to collaborate on projects or discussions about assignments. Educators connect with peers across their district, state, or, in many cases, across the world. https://bitly.com/1sNQX0a Newseum Education’s Digital Classroom The Newseum […]
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