In the Last 7 days there's been 19 influencers like tvanderark and Getting_Smart, discussing topics such as #SEL, #podcastand #COVID19.



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The Elephant in the Room. Three SEL Challenges to Consider.

On Aug 3, 2020
@Jonharper70bd shared
RT @PeterMDeWitt: The Elephant in the Room. Three SEL Challenges to Consider This Year. https://t.co/wzGxkFxQDs A guest blog by school psychologist @SloyerMartin #SEL #edchat #satchat #edchat #SocialEmotionalLearning https://t.co/mxM3U5p8hY
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As teachers and students prepare for the fall, regardless of how they will come back together, social-emotional issues will need to be addressed for learning to occur.

blogs.edweek.org
On Aug 3, 2020
@Jonharper70bd shared
RT @PeterMDeWitt: The Elephant in the Room. Three SEL Challenges to Consider This Year. https://t.co/wzGxkFxQDs A guest blog by school psychologist @SloyerMartin #SEL #edchat #satchat #edchat #SocialEmotionalLearning https://t.co/mxM3U5p8hY
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The Elephant in the Room. Three SEL Challenges to Consider.

The Elephant in the Room. Three SEL Challenges to Consider.

As teachers and students prepare for the fall, regardless of how they will come back together, social-emotional issues will need to be addressed for learning to occur.


On Aug 3, 2020
@tvanderark shared
Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce https://t.co/FrYWfbMjBf via @Getting_Smart @SkillRiseOrg
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Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce

Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce

By The Skillrise Editorial Team - Partnerships are targeted to ensure that learner-workers have opportunities to develop tech skills and digital resilience.

On Aug 2, 2020
@Jonharper70bd shared
RT @EdWeekTeacher: “There’s a lot of public opinion suddenly that says teachers signed up for this—at no point did we discuss PPE, taking temperatures, and mask guidance in any of my teacher education programs." https://t.co/YtMKhpK4vp
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Worried Teachers Want to Know: What Happens If I Get Sick?

Worried Teachers Want to Know: What Happens If I Get Sick?

In many places, teachers are preparing to head back into classrooms without any guarantee that they will stay healthy. Some are leaving their jobs rather than take the risk.

On Jul 29, 2020
@tvanderark shared
[email protected] historian @Ada_Palmer on how #scifi helps society wrestle with emerging ethical dilemma https://t.co/5KDNo9lF1P via @Getting_Smart #podcast https://t.co/67Vm4vy3DS
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Ada Palmer on Learning From the Past and the Future

Ada Palmer on Learning From the Past and the Future

By: Getting Smart Staff. In today’s podcast interview, the Getting Smart team is talking to Ada Palmer, a history professor at the University of Chicago

On Jul 30, 2020
@tvanderark shared
CARES Act opportunity: State Microgrants to Families https://t.co/6CHSZy8pd7 via @Getting_Smart @dvodicka #edPolicy
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Supporting Statewide Change Through Microgrants to Families

Supporting Statewide Change Through Microgrants to Families

By: Tom Vander Ark & Devin Vodicka. In the first of a short series, Tom Vander Ark and Devin Vodicka discuss how microgrants can allow families more agency to provide and make decisions ...

On Jul 30, 2020
@SELearningEDU shared
Some wonderful resources now available from @Transforming_Ed on the topic of #SEL for Educators. Check out their website below to download this helpful toolkit! https://t.co/SywHwQIWqA #SEL #edchat #professionaldevelopment
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What is SEL for Educators?

What is SEL for Educators?

What is SEL for Educators? Social-emotional learning (SEL) shares some similarities with terms such as emotional intelligence, resilience, well-being and self-care. However, the specific ...

On Jul 28, 2020
@SEL4MA shared
A quiet education revolution worldwide is giving kids the skills to be 21st-century citizens: #SEL https://t.co/CAN0qAEmvR #SEL
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A quiet education revolution worldwide is giving kids the skills to be 21st-century citizens

A quiet education revolution worldwide is giving kids the skills to be 21st-century citizens

"People are finally having a more holistic conversation about what it takes for kids to be successful in work, career and college in the 21st century."

On Jul 30, 2020
@hgse shared
"Elementary school is a time for students to gain crucial foundational skills in literacy, mathematical reasoning, critical inquiry, social and emotional regulation, and relationship-building." - @meiralevinson https://t.co/6VBVARiU8A
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Prioritizing the Reopening of Schools

Prioritizing the Reopening of Schools

In the New England Journal of Medicine, Meira Levinson and co-authors argue in favor of (safely) reopening elementary schools, for the good of young learners and the country at large.

On Jul 29, 2020
@Getting_Smart shared
RT @XQAmerica: School reopening provides an entry point to: ✅ Reconsider college admissions testing ✅ Focus on students’ holistic needs ✅ Confront institutional inequalities head-on Learn more and find resources for #schoolsreopening below: https://t.co/MkZAD2FIcD
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School Reopening Plans Offer a Chance to Rethink High Schools

School Reopening Plans Offer a Chance to Rethink High Schools

On March 12th, Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio announced a three-week closure of all K-12 public schools in his state to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). What initially ...

On Jul 30, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Kids need passionate, effective, committed educators. In order to retain such people, school leaders need to provide teachers with resources to meet the challenges they’ll encounter. https://t.co/Gvl72PrPcH
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Why It's So Important That Teachers Cultivate Their Own Resilience

Why It's So Important That Teachers Cultivate Their Own Resilience

Teaching is a stressful job. If educators don't actively work to cultivate habits and dispositions that make them more resilient it's easy to burnout and leave the profession.

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On Jul 29, 2020
@DavidGeurin shared
RT @NASSP: Learn six steps to prepare to lead this fall in the latest #SchoolOfThought post: https://t.co/7ydHssaEEq
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Together, We Can: Six Steps to Prepare to Lead This Fall

Together, We Can: Six Steps to Prepare to Lead This Fall

Brian McCann found guidance for leading during the upcoming school year in, of all places, a young adult novel he picked up in his school library. “It began with this preface that says ...

On Jul 30, 2020
@edutopia shared
RT @Chalkbeat: Reopening American schools will be a disaster. So will keeping them closed. When the #coronavirus hit, we failed to control it — and America’s children may pay the eventual price. https://t.co/siJd4QKuDy https://t.co/oyD1wsPAQe
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Reopening America’s schools is way harder than it should be

Reopening America’s schools is way harder than it should be

America’s children will pay the eventual price, for years to come.

On Jul 30, 2020
@tvanderark shared
A great 2018 discussion with @mbjerede about high agency workplaces and high agency learning https://t.co/giZmjWT5Uw via @Getting_Smart
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High Tech Exec Advocates for High Agency Learning

High Tech Exec Advocates for High Agency Learning

What skills will be important in five years? What can schools do to plan for the skills that will be necessary for students to have mastered? Tom and Marie Bjerede discuss both and the ...

On Aug 3, 2020
@BiscottiNicole shared
RT @ryan_elissa: @BiscottiNicole @MsHake418 @EvanWhitehead00 @bbray27 @Tara_Desiderio @lportnoy @Mind_on_ASaP @DrCaliGrit @MomOfAllCapes @BuehlerEdD @StaffPodcast New thoughts on best practice for distance learning: https://t.co/GT7ycoVgA3
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New thoughts on best practice for distance learning

New thoughts on best practice for distance learning

Conversations with students, teachers and families throughout distance learning were insightful and inspiring. Collectively, I believe, they will help shape the future of learning and ...

On Aug 3, 2020
@hgse shared
Long before she came to the Ed School, Sona Jho, Ed.M.’97, believed that television and new media had the potential to inspire deep and lasting learning. She would go on to found the Mother Goose Club her husband Harry in 2007. https://t.co/NCW2ybVw6i #HGSE100
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Learning with Mother Goose

Learning with Mother Goose

One of many stories of impact, a celebration of the 100 year history of the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

On Aug 3, 2020
@Aurora_Inst shared
RT @CarisaCorrow: The next leg of our assessment learning journey is almost here. As we head back to school, this question is utmost on my my mind for my own children, grades 12, 9 and 2. @Aurora_Inst @nhlearningin @jvanderels @leadps @NEAToday @neasc https://t.co/SihUMRCIQl https://t.co/QIv6skaYH2
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Assessment for Good: Ethical, Equitable & Justice-Oriented Assessment

Assessment for Good: Ethical, Equitable & Justice-Oriented Assessment

A Virtual Circle Series Four Circle Series We’ve organized four distinct circle experiences that are rich in content AND model how to create meaningful relationships and learning ...

On Jul 29, 2020
@educationweek shared
RT @EdWeekTeacher: [email protected]: The Roles of Memorization in Teaching & Learning https://t.co/7dDaiihHTa https://t.co/jaSzFKBkoB
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The Roles of Memorization in Teaching & Learning

The Roles of Memorization in Teaching & Learning

Four teachers offer different perspectives on memorization in teaching and learning, including one suggesting it is the "foundation" of the creativity process and another saying she is ...

On Aug 2, 2020
@cultofpedagogy shared
RT @pdkintl: "Your comments might seem harmless and jocular, but there’s a good chance you’re undercutting your relationship with your students." @Pfagell @ASCD @TeachThoughtPD @cultofpedagogy @teacher2teacher @ASCAtweets https://t.co/NjFoEygQhH
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Is it OK for a teacher to be sarcastic with students?

Is it OK for a teacher to be sarcastic with students?

Your comments might seem harmless and jocular, but there’s a good chance you’re undercutting your relationship with your students. Sarcasm erodes trust.

On Jul 30, 2020
@SEL4MA shared
The Impact of Implicit Bias and How We Must Work Together to Overcome It https://t.co/CxOetgig5h #SEL
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The Impact of Implicit Bias and How We Must Work Together to Overcome it

The Impact of Implicit Bias and How We Must Work Together to Overcome it

Implicit bias will always exist but when we shed light on it and take actions to lessen the impact of it, then we can be more honest about the learning and growing we do together. No one is ...

On Jul 28, 2020
@KimberlyEHart shared
It's a fact that the brain thrives through play, here's why: https://t.co/RdsyKgeTEX #Playmatters #EarlyEd https://t.co/rUIhciOTDR
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The Brain Loves to Play, and Here's Why!

The Brain Loves to Play, and Here's Why!

Active play energizes the cognitive mind and optimizes information absorption. Keep on Learning: Play is a brain's absolute favorite way to learn. It's no easy feat, but the pretend play ...

On Jul 30, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Designed to give school leaders a pulse check on their communities, the survey highlights opportunities and challenges when it comes to the remote learning experience. @EdSurge @tonywan https://t.co/I4lh7qDmjs
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Report: One of the Biggest Obstacles to Remote Learning? Finding a Quiet Place to Work

Report: One of the Biggest Obstacles to Remote Learning? Finding a Quiet Place to Work

With school plans for the fall focused less on reopening and more on resuming remote learning, the mixed experience with online instruction from the ...