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Rufus Griscom + Alisa Volkman: Let's talk parenting taboos | TED Talk | TED.com
Babble.com publishers Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman, in a lively tag-team, expose 4 facts that parents never, ever admit -- and why they should. Funny and honest, for parents and nonparents alike. via Pocket
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august 2017 by arvind
A Year Without Facebook - No Distractions
This was my life back in college. But I always wondered why should super productivity mode be a temporary thing? Why can’t it be a permanent lifestyle? via Pocket
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june 2017 by arvind
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“I just wanted to check,” the teacher said. “Your child wants to be called a boy, right? Or is she a boy that wants to be called a girl? Which is it again?” In fact, I love correcting them, making them reconsider their perceptions of what a girl looks like. via Pocket
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april 2017 by arvind
The Future is Now: Metrics of Innovation in Schools — Transcend Education
What a difference five years makes. In 2012, my colleague Keith Evans and I had collaborated on a list of made-up, outside-the-box (and somewhat tongue-in-cheek) metric terms to measure the true effectiveness of his school. via Pocket
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april 2017 by arvind
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We all encounter art we don’t like, that upsets and infuriates us. This doesn’t deserve to be exhibited, our brains yell; it should not be allowed to exist. Still, does such aversion mean that an artwork must be removed from view — or, worse, destroyed? via Pocket
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april 2017 by arvind
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The open-coffin photographs of the mutilated body of Emmett Till, the teenager who was lynched by two white men in Mississippi in 1955, served as a catalyst for the civil rights movement and have remained an open wound in Americ via Pocket
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april 2017 by arvind
Harvard Education Publishing Group - Blog
In April 1963, while being held in a Birmingham jail for leading a nonviolent protest of Southern segregation laws, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. via Pocket
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february 2017 by arvind
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By the age of 6, young girls are less likely than boys to view their own gender as brilliant. via Pocket
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february 2017 by arvind
The Challenge of Change | Harvard Graduate School of Education
Zachary Herrmann is a candidate for the Doctor of Education Leadership degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is a former math teacher who researches and writes about teacher innovation. Follow him on Twitter at @zachherrmann. via Pocket
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january 2017 by arvind
Accentuate the Positive | Harvard Graduate School of Education
With an unsettling year drawing to a close, many educators are increasingly aware of race: how it impacts student achievement and how it obstructs connections between people. via Pocket
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january 2017 by arvind
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Many parents feel that their adolescents hardly need them anymore. via Pocket
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january 2017 by arvind
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Since there have been teenagers, there have been adults trying to control them. The Massachusetts Bay Colony passed the Stubborn Child Law in 1646, allowing parents to have their defiant teenage sons put to death. The Bible suggests stoning them to death. via Pocket
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december 2016 by arvind
The Emotional Weight of Being Graded, for Better or Worse | MindShift | KQED New...
As most parents know, kids respond emotionally to the grades they receive — and well beyond the jubilation that goes with an A+ or the despair that accompanies a D. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
How to Be a Man in the Age of Trump - The New York Times
ONE afternoon, while reporting for a book on girls’ sexual experience, I sat in on a health class at a progressive Bay Area high school. Toward the end of the session, a blond boy wearing a school athletic jersey raised his hand. “You know that baseball metaphor for sex?” he asked. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
The Great Outdoors | Harvard Graduate School of Education
With the school year in full swing, it can be easy to forget one of the chief joys of the summer: Just being outside. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
How Racism Contributes to the Achievement Gap - The Atlantic
For 15-year-old Zion Agostini, the start of each school day is a new occasion to navigate a minefield of racial profiling. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
Wake-Up Call
September, 2016 | Volume 63 Editorial Board STEPHEN J. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
Past Baseline
September, 2016 | Volume 63 Editorial Board STEPHEN J. via Pocket
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october 2016 by arvind
‘Brain-hostile’ education: how schools are failing adolescents - The Washington ...
When people talk about making sure that curriculum is “developmentally appropriate,” they are often talking about the work young children are given to do at school. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
You may think the world is falling apart. Steven Pinker is here to tell you it i...
If the last few months felt like the summer of sadness, you are not alone. Every week, sometimes every day, seems to have brought more stomach-turning news. In June, there was the Orlando nightclub shooting, where dozens were killed and injured in the deadliest terror attack in the US since 9/11. via
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september 2016 by arvind
A Thank You To Teachers For Coming Back | Getting Smart
Thank you for choosing to teach children. Thank you for teaching them to read, asking them to write, for seeing the unique gifts in every child. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
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Ask people what’s wrong in American higher education, and you’ll hear about grade inflation. At Harvard a few years ago, a professor complained that the most common grade was an A-. He was quickly corrected: The most common grade at Harvard was an A. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Game On! | Harvard Graduate School of Education
Zachary Herrmann is a candidate for the Doctor of Education Leadership degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is a former math teacher who researches and writes about teacher innovation. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
How Do You Change a Culture? | Harvard Graduate School of Education
 alum, is blogging for Usable Knowledge about what happens when research ideas, policy initiatives, and best practices meet the real world. (Read all the posts in her Usable Knowledge series.) Jessica also writes about education for the Boston Globe and other outlets. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Giving Students a Voice | Harvard Graduate School of Education
Among the many things young people have to do to succeed in school is learn to respect procedures they haven’t created or approved. Just think: A teenager sitting in class follows a lesson formulated by her teacher and a curriculum written by distant policymakers. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Civics in Uncivil Times | Harvard Graduate School of Education
In a chaotic and hostile election season — rupturing political parties, incessant name-calling, and growing dissention along racial and class lines — it may be tempting for educators to discourage political talk at school. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Fun and (Brain) Games | Harvard Graduate School of Education
We know that social-emotional learning (SEL) works best when it’s happening across the school day and encouraged in every setting. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Changing Behavior in the Classroom | Crucial Skills
I teach a class of eight- to nine-year-olds in church. They are high in energy and enthusiasm, but low in self-restraint. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
It’s Time to Ditch Our Deadlines - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Every professor has had one: the incredible disappearing student. Mine was "James," a talented and innovative thinker who had great things to say in class until he vanished, about halfway through the semester. He didn’t submit his paper. He didn’t show up in office hours. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Energizers! Tips for Using Energizers | Responsive Classroom
Last week, I encouraged you to work energizers—quick breaks that get children moving, breathing, and having fun together—into your classroom day. Energizers are great ways to get children refreshed and refocused on learning anytime during the school year. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
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Customer service: 877.705.1878 (toll-free, U.S. & Canada) 773.753.3347 (international) E-mail: pubtech@press.uchicago. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Classroom Management Begins with Respect
Why is classroom management important for teachers and students? Because a positive teacher-student relationship is essential for student learning and development. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
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When Kyle Schwartz started teaching third grade at Doull Elementary School in Denver, she wanted to get to know her students better. She asked them to finish the sentence “I wish my teacher knew.” The responses were eye-opening for Ms. Schwartz. via Pocket
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september 2016 by arvind
Colleges should invest more in teaching students how to write (essay)
Let’s face it: no one likes grading student essays, because student essays, in general, aren’t very good. When you’re halfway through a pile of essays that seem rote and devoid of thought, it’s easy to feel your soul shriveling. via Pocket
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august 2016 by arvind
Teaching essay writing should not be formulaic (essay)
A little while back, we wrote an essay arguing against killing off the undergraduate essay. The piece generated a lot of reaction, much of it focused on the question of what an essay should be. via Pocket
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august 2016 by arvind
Be Present: Classroom Management in the Digital Age | Tearing Down Walls
Providence Day School is now a 1:1 iPad school in grades 4-12.  While we have embarked on a new digital citizenship initiative with our students, we have also invested a great deal of time and effort into creating practical resources for our teachers (and parents). via Pocket
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july 2016 by arvind
How To Brainstorm Like A Googler | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
Here at Google, we don't have a secret formula for innovation. But that doesn't mean Googlers' best ideas are ineffable mysteries. On the contrary, we've found they can be systematically coaxed into being and steadily improved upon. And so can yours. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
Vol 6, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents Conference Keynote Addresses This #@#!" is Crazy! White Privilege and Sanity Mab Segrest PDF 12-21 via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
What Doesn't Work: Literacy Practices We Should Abandon | Edutopia
The number one concern that I hear from educators is lack of time, particularly lack of instructional time with students. It's not surprising that we feel a press for time. Our expectations for students have increased dramatically, but our actual class time with students has not. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
Teaching Young Children About Bias, Diversity, and Social Justice | Edutopia
When my daughter was three years old, I taught her the word "stereotype." She was just beginning to string words together into sentences, had determined that pink was definitely not her favorite color, and asked (demanded, actually) why all the "girl stuff" was pink and the "boy stuff" was blue. via
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june 2016 by arvind
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Belgian and Polish adolescents are among the least happy in Europe, more than half the teenagers in Greenland smoke, and Eastern European boys are far more likely than girls to have had sex, according to a report from the World Health Organization. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
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When I look out into my classroom, and take the emotional temperature of my students, I’m usually checking for engagement. I want to make sure they feel supported, are interested in the lesson at hand, and that the lesson is relevant to each student. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
Summer Reading Recommendations for Educators 2016: A Top Ten list | 21k12
Once again, I’m delighted to share here my summer reading recommendations for educators.  As with previous years, I present these as a top ten list: these are my favorite ten educational titles I’ve read in the past school-year, 2015-16. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
The Power of Student-Led Conferences in Primary Grades - Learning Deeply - Educa...
This post is written by Marcia Bryant-Fowler, the instructional coach, and Robin Fountain, the principal, at Oakhurst Elementary School in Decatur, Ga. One facet of learning deeply is that students are able to speak with passion and power about what they know and how they learned it. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
How Reading Logs Can Ruin Kids' Pleasure for Books - The Atlantic
Rather than creating a new generation of pleasure-readers, forcing kids to keep track of their reading time can turn it into a chore. Children who read regularly for pleasure, who are avid and self-directed readers, are the holy grail for parents and educators. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
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WHAT are your kids up to this summer? Sounds like a casual question. But for working parents at this time of year, it’s loaded. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
Teaching Salvaged Pages: Young Writers' Diaries of the Holocaust | Facing Histor...
Explore an award-winning collection of diaries written by young people during the Holocaust with the help of this resource collection. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
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Parents of teenagers face a confounding crosscurrent. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
The myth of the well-rounded student? It’s better to be ‘T-shaped’. - The Washin...
It’s graduation season at high schools and colleges around the country, the time of year when students are honored for their accomplishments from the classrooms to the athletic fields. Teachers and counselors have long encouraged students to be “well-rounded. via Pocket
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june 2016 by arvind
The debate over screen time is really about moms, not kids.
As with so many hot-button issues in modern parenting, the controversy surrounding screen time often has more to do with mothers than with children. There is no scientific evidence that watching TV or playing with tablets is inherently bad for children over 2. (And maybe not even for those under 2. v
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may 2016 by arvind
Digital Promise - Accelerating Innovation in Education
Explore the Research Map Learn more Educator Micro-credentials Explore an innovative system for recognizing the competencies educators develop throughout their careers Connecting the Education Community with Research on Learning Explore two visualizations of the research on via Pocket
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may 2016 by arvind
Moving Beyond Pain — bell hooks Institute
Fresh lemonade is my drink of choice. In my small Kentucky town, beautiful black, brown, and white girls set up their lemonade stands and practice the art of money making—it’s business. via Pocket
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may 2016 by arvind
New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS): Conferences and Work...
INSTITUTE for TEACHING DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE The Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice is an experiential professional development program open to individuals interested in building more inclusive and affirming classrooms through exploration and development of strategies and s vi
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april 2016 by arvind
ISM - Chairing Your Department: The First Five Years
Home workshops Chairing Your Department: The First Five... via Pocket
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april 2016 by arvind
ISM - Experienced Division Leaders Symposium
Bring your team and pay only $1,671 for each additional team member. Call 302-656-4944 to register for team pricing. via Pocket
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april 2016 by arvind
Nurturing Growth Mindsets: Six Tips From Carol Dweck - Rules for Engagement - Ed...
Stanford researcher Carol Dweck clearly tapped into a powerful and compelling idea when she linked the concept of growth mindsets to academic success. As fans of Dweck's research can quickly explain, people with fixed mindsets see strengths and skills as inate traits, like eye color. via Pocket
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march 2016 by arvind
Principal: What happened when my school ended useless homework - The Washington ...
Anyone who closely follows the debate about the value of homework at different grades knows about a famous meta-analysis of previous research on the subject, published in 2006 by researcher Harris Cooper and colleagues, which found that homework in elementary school does not contribute to academic vi
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march 2016 by arvind
PBL World - June 13-16, 2016 | Online Registration by Cvent
features Buck Institute for Education's Gold Standard PBL 101 Workshop, which provides participants with the skills and knowledge needed to design, assess, and manage a rigorous, relevant, and standards-based project. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Women Mathematicians, Sponsored by Agnes Scott College
Welcome to the web site for biographies of women in mathematics. These pages are part of an on-going project at Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, Georgia, to illustrate the numerous achievements of women in the field of mathematics. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
6 Teaching Tools for Black History Month | Edutopia
Black History Month provides a great opportunity for students to explore the history of Civil Rights in America. But it's important that teachers "reinforce that 'black history' is American history," writes Pat Russo in Dos and Don'ts of Teaching Black History Month. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Teaching Perseverance? Try Interactive Modeling - Responsive Classroom
We all know students who seem to give up quickly and appeal for our help, even when the task is appropriately challenging, or students who are reluctant to even start a task that seems challenging and instead opt to sit and wait until we check in with them. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Getting Past "I Can't" - Responsive Classroom
When I taught fourth grade, I introduced two-digit multiplication around the middle of each year. This would always stump a number of students who had breezed through math up until that point. Patty was a classic example. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
What Kids Need From Grown-Ups (But Aren't Getting) : NPR Ed : NPR
Erika Christakis' new book, The Importance of Being Little, is an impassioned plea for educators and parents to put down the worksheets and flash cards, ditch the tired craft projects (yes, you, Thanksgiving Handprint Turkey) and exotic vocabulary lessons, and double-down on one, simple word: via Poc
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february 2016 by arvind
A Group of American Teens Are Excelling at Advanced Math - The Atlantic
On a sultry evening last July, a tall, soft-spoken 17-year-old named David Stoner and nearly 600 other math whizzes from all over the world sat huddled in small groups around wicker bistro tables, talking in low voices and obsessively refreshing the browsers on their laptops. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Queer Teacher | Autodizactic
I never felt comfortable being queer and a teacher. From student teaching in Illinois to my first years in Florida to working at SLA - while vastly different in their levels of acceptance, none of them felt completely safe. None of them got to see all of who I was. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Notable Children's Books - 2016 | Association for Library Service to Children (A...
Each year a committee of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) identifies the best of the best in children's books. According to the Notables Criteria, "notable" is defined as: Worthy of note or notice, important, distinguished, outstanding. via Pocket
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february 2016 by arvind
Why Identity and Emotion are Central To Motivating the Teen Brain | MindShift | ...
For years, common experience and studies have prescribed that humans learn best in their earliest years of life - when the brain is developing at its fastest. Recently, though, research has suggested that the period of optimal learning extends well into adolescence. via Pocket
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january 2016 by arvind
To stop bullying, get the popular kids on board - LA Times
Most efforts to end bullying -- the PSAs, assemblies and high-level policy discussions -- come from adults. But what if students had a say? via Pocket
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january 2016 by arvind
Reports: Teacher PD Drives School Growth, and Other Countries Offer Models - Tea...
The studies, funded by the National Center on Education and the Economy, were led by researchers Ben Jensen and Minxuan Zhang. via Pocket
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january 2016 by arvind
Secrets of the teenage brain: a psychologist's guide for teachers | Teacher Netw...
Teenagers think differently to grownups - they are more likely to take risks, be sleepy, misread emotions, give in to peer-pressure and lack self-control. Thanks to advances in technology, we have been able to peer inside the teenage brain and see more clearly how it works. via Pocket
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december 2015 by arvind
Beyond Growth Mindset: Creating Classroom Opportunities for Meaningful Struggle ...
Growing interest in teaching "grit" or "growth mindset" is a hopeful sign. It reflects an increasing awareness that richer, deeper learning can flow from having students struggle with a challenging task and persisting until completion. via Pocket
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december 2015 by arvind
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