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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
IFTTT  Pocket  21apples  children  conferences  education  gwg  lower  school  parents  Delicious 
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
IFTTT  Pocket  21apples  children  computer  education  gwg  parents  women  Delicious 
may 2016 by arvind
Teaching Students to Stay Focused | Responsive Classroom
Welcome to Room 327! Here, on a warm day in May, you'll find thirty third graders reading independently. The room is silent, save for the occasional chuckle or sound of disbelief you might expect from children fully immersed in their reading. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  21apples  children  gwg  teaching  Delicious 
december 2015 by arvind
Listen, Connect, and Protect
from the Department of Ed, a document on talking to children after disasters
children  disaster  article  gwg  emergencies  Delicious 
december 2012 by arvind
The Marshmallow Study Revisited
showing how preexisting conditions can affect kids willingness to avoid eating the marshmallow or not
article  gwg  study  psychology  children  Delicious 
october 2012 by arvind
Gay Parents Find the South More Welcoming, Census Says -
eye-opening article about the multi-faceted reality of same-sex families raising children. Many stereotypes broken/clarified here
article  nytimes  21apples  education  diversity  lgbtq  queer  marriage  children  Delicious 
january 2011 by arvind
A conversation about whether you post your children's photos online - via momver...
via The website Momversation has a video discussing different moms' positions on posting their children's photos online. It is certainly a personal choice, but it is g ...
children  moms  momversation  online  photos  safety  video  Delicious 
october 2010 by arvind
Girls Discovered
Global maps of adolescent girls - fantastic resource of maps documenting girls experiences around the world
girls  map  maps  feminism  women  21apples  education  resource  resources  gender  mapping  research  statistics  teens  visualization  children  database  Delicious 
march 2010 by arvind
The Puzzle of Boys - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education
interesting read about the various books/soft research that's been out on boys and education
boys  gender  girls  feminism  education  21apples  research  psychology  children  books  learning  academic  America  men  Delicious 
february 2010 by arvind
If Your Kids Are Awake, They’re Probably Online -
article in NYTimes about the amount of hours kids are online. Staggering statistics, but just one study. Need to see some meta-analysis of this
article  nytimes  education  kids  media  children  21apples  tweens  teens  diversity  Delicious 
january 2010 by arvind
OnlineFamily.Norton Login
Norton's new product to help families allot time, keep an eye on their kids online.
online  security  children  family  kids  internet  safety  monitoring  filter  filtering  Delicious 
december 2009 by arvind
Cyberbullying Research Center
findings, stories, cases, downloads, fact sheets, tips and strategies, news headlines, a blog, and other helpful resources
21apples  cyberbullying  bullying  safety  internet  research  social  children  reference  news  Delicious 
november 2009 by arvind
Facebook for Parents
a class for parents to learn more about Facebook. They take the specific position that you should be friends with your children on Facebook.
education  free  facebook  network  social  children  course  friends  Stanford  Delicious 
february 2009 by arvind
How Dangerous Is the Internet for Children? - New York Times
Some fears are overplayed, others are underplayed, and above all, the Internet plays a huge part in adolescence today.
21apples  Internet  article  children  education  media  nytimes  online  safety  web  youth  Delicious 
march 2008 by arvind 'I really regret it. I really regret having children'
an article in the Globe and Mail about a French mom/author who wrote a book about not having kids. Interesting ready
article  book  children  kids  motherhood  Delicious 
february 2008 by arvind

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