Well worth taking a look. This first appeared on the TeachThought blog.
Here are some useful thoughts on creating compassion in your classroom from Edutopia contributor Joshua Block.
A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special. — Nelson Mandela (via libraryadvocates)
This is an excellent article citing studies that suggest that digital devices are creating focus deficits in students. This appeared first on the Mind/Shift blog.
In this excellent article by Mike Rose of the UCLA Graduate School of Education he proposes that our inability to effectively train teachers stems from the inability to agree on the whether teaching is a profession or a craft. This article first appeared at the Washington Post’s Answer Sheet blog.
9 Strategies for Motivating Students in Mathematics | Edutopia -
How can you improve motivation in Math? Here are some great ideas to share with the math teachers who just say kids “aren’t interested” and “don’t want to learn.” Change something, do something.
Practical ways you can teach every single child - age 5 and up (and perhaps younger) how to Code.
(via 15 Ways of Teaching Every Student to Code (Even Without a Computer) | Edutopia)
This article first appeared on the MindShift blog.
This article first appeared on the Edutopia blog.