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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
SocScape - USA
incredible interactive map software to see racial diversity and population density in the USA
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may 2017 by arvind
Learning Myths And Realities From Brain Science : NPR Ed : NPR
Take this great and simple quiz to see what you know about learning facts vs. myths
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april 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
USAFacts
USAFacts is a new data-driven portrait of the American population, our government’s finances, and government’s impact on society. We are a non-partisan, not-for-profit civic initiative and have no political agenda or commercial motive. We provide this information as a free public service and are committed to maintaining and expanding it in the future
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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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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
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