In the Last 7 days there's been 21 influencers like MindShiftKQED and Getting_Smart, discussing topics such as #SEL, #edchatand #BeInternetAwesome.



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SEL & the Brain: Every Student Has a Story

On Nov 24, 2020
@cultofpedagogy shared
SEL & the Brain: Every Student Has a Story via @middleweb https://t.co/A9cOxUwNlM https://t.co/SV1dK3tBL8
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For those students with positive stories, SEL helps reinforce success skills. For stories of trauma, SEL can help balance negative and positive experiences.

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On Nov 24, 2020
@cultofpedagogy shared
SEL & the Brain: Every Student Has a Story via @middleweb https://t.co/A9cOxUwNlM https://t.co/SV1dK3tBL8
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SEL & the Brain: Every Student Has a Story

SEL & the Brain: Every Student Has a Story

For those students with positive stories, SEL helps reinforce success skills. For stories of trauma, SEL can help balance negative and positive experiences.


On Nov 20, 2020
@Aurora_Inst shared
Readout of the Department of Education’s Office for Career Technical and Adult Education ‘Rethink Work Based Learning’ Event with U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and U.S. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia https://t.co/QyUs0Du96j
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Readout of the Department of Education’s Office for Career Technical and Adult Education ‘Rethink Work Based Learning’ Event with U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and U.S. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia

Readout of the Department of Education’s Office for Career Technical and Adult Education ‘Rethink Work Based Learning’ Event with U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and U.S. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia

WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today the call for nominations for the Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award, which honors two K-12 educators for ...

On Nov 20, 2020
@ImagineLearning shared
Why does #SEL matter and how can you prioritize it in your school? Read our roundup of tips from @Danielbudzinski: https://t.co/U5EFt6CK2Y #edchat https://t.co/8nBxxLCzaH
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The Value of SEL in Schools With Daniel Budzinski of Purpose Prep

The Value of SEL in Schools With Daniel Budzinski of Purpose Prep

Click now to read our recap of our webinar about The Value of SEL in Schools With Daniel Budzinski of Purpose Prep.

On Nov 22, 2020
@SEL4MA shared
Covid-19’s Impact on Students’ Academic and Mental Well-Being @edutopia #SEL #educationequity #mentalhealth https://t.co/luyGVxD3Ho
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Covid-19’s Impact on Students’ Academic and Mental Well-Being

Covid-19’s Impact on Students’ Academic and Mental Well-Being

The pandemic has revealed—and exacerbated—inequities that hold many students back. Here’s how teachers can help.

On Nov 24, 2020
@CrushSchool1 shared
5 Recommendations to Improve Remote Learning for Families https://t.co/rqcVNv3gd4 via @Getting_Smart
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5 Recommendations to Improve Remote Learning for Families

5 Recommendations to Improve Remote Learning for Families

After surveying more than 500 parents and caregivers, the LEANLAB team identified a few recommendations to improve remote learning.

On Nov 25, 2020
@gcouros shared
“Encourage your students to share tips & tricks they have discovered on the technology they are utilizing. Ask them to teach each other, and you, to share their efficiency hacks. Watch as they grow in confidence, creativity, and character.” @kat_goyette https://t.co/iEqMF99lPW
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EdTech Coach Learns from 8 Year Old

EdTech Coach Learns from 8 Year Old

I had the incredible experience of modeling lessons in virtual video call classrooms with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders last week. The day increased my empathy for teachers in the distance ...

On Nov 19, 2020
@edCircuit shared
In this interview with @m_chiles, discover new approaches to assessment that move beyond the traditional summative practices. https://t.co/XzUbYb2Zzj @JohncattUSA #JohnCattAuthors
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Crafting a New Approach to Assessment

Crafting a New Approach to Assessment

In this interview with Michael Chiles, author of The CRAFT of Assessment: A whole school approach to assessment of learning (John Catt Educational), discover new approaches to assessment ...

On Nov 19, 2020
@khanacademy shared
RT @TeachWithKhan: Learn how @MrsMoorman1 uses @khanacademy to build her students' confidence. "Hearing my students aptly identifying their strengths and challenges based on the platform’s immediate feedback is priceless. It empowers them to believe that they can excel." https://t.co/hrW1gVU2e6
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Teacher spotlight: How to help students take charge of their own learning

Teacher spotlight: How to help students take charge of their own learning

Teachers like Monika Moorman, a 4th grade teacher at a public school in Florida, use Khan Academy to personalize learning, get actionable insights, and assign our standards-aligned practice ...

On Nov 24, 2020
@SEL4MA shared
After the Pandemic, Higher Education Can’t Afford to Go Back to ‘Normal’ #SEL @EdSurge https://t.co/TalEeoUveT
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After the Pandemic, Higher Education Can’t Afford to Go Back to ‘Normal’

After the Pandemic, Higher Education Can’t Afford to Go Back to ‘Normal’

As educators, we craft learning experiences based on the pedagogical foundations set by those who came before us. In higher education, the student ...

On Nov 22, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Many parents get easily activated and triggered by their kids. In these moments, take a deep breath and try to replace “fight or flight” with “stay and help,” says Marc Brackett, Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. @dfkris https://t.co/ZFn3tgXhJs
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When a Child's Emotions Spike, How Can a Parent Find Their Best Self?

When a Child's Emotions Spike, How Can a Parent Find Their Best Self?

It's easy to be triggered when a child's emotions run high. But by observing and understanding emotions, parents can take a deep breath and try to replace “fight or flight” with “stay and ...

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On Nov 23, 2020
@SELearningEDU shared
Check out this helpful research brief from @ngwoolf / @InsideSEL titled 'The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Student Learning and Social-Emotional Development': https://t.co/InVUUY123s #SEL #edchat #COVID19
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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Student Learning and Social-Emotional Development

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Student Learning and Social-Emotional Development

In this Inside SEL Research Brief, we explore emerging research on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on K-12 student and share recommendations for accelerating learning recovery while ...

On Nov 19, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Librarians are reimagining how to build a culture of reading for students who can no longer peruse the stacks or—in some cases—even set foot on campus. @EdSurge https://t.co/VpXLjL3Wkv
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COVID-19 Is Forever Changing How Students Experience Libraries

COVID-19 Is Forever Changing How Students Experience Libraries

There’s a ritual that kicks off every new quarter in Michelle Luhtala’s library at New Canaan High School, one where English teachers send a gaggle of ...

On Nov 19, 2020
@GoogleForEdu shared
Do your part, be internet smart! This week’s tip to be internet smart 🤓? Keep it positive, IRL, and online. For even more ways to be smart online, check out this free #BeInternetAwesome printable tip sheet: https://t.co/EDdYIkqr0r https://t.co/luRVJhwzcj
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Tip 1 Tip 2 Tip 3 Tip 4 Tip 5 | g.co/BeInternetAwesome Create a strong password. Tip 1 Tip 2 Tip 3 Tip 4 Tip 5 Choose at least 8 characters and use combinations of letters (uppercase and ...

On Nov 24, 2020
@TeachTrainLove shared
RT @edutopia: Rather than focusing on Lexile levels, middle grade readers might benefit from using self-identified indicators of text complexity, shares librarian @juliaerin80. https://t.co/VuqveEJBjQ
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Supporting Middle School Readers Tackling More Complex Texts

Supporting Middle School Readers Tackling More Complex Texts

Steps middle school teachers and librarians can take to help students assess their reading skills and grow to enjoy increasingly complex texts.

On Nov 25, 2020
@DavidGeurin shared
RT @MacburyKristina: Sensei Principals ... What a blast writing & researching for this blog https://t.co/aCEr3DfvUi @DrRackleyCCMS @casehighprinc @RickJetter @BethHouf @smgaillard @JayBilly2 @bethhill2829 @bobby__dodd @dellwein @drneilgupta @HansNAppel @NowakRo @RebeccaCoda @mraspinall @brewerhm
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What Principals Can Learn From ‘Cobra Kai’

What Principals Can Learn From ‘Cobra Kai’

The coronavirus pandemic has taught us all a lot, including a greater appreciation for the little things, like Netflix. With this new appreciation, I came across a TV series I may have ...

On Nov 23, 2020
@tvanderark shared
Design Principles for Fostering Flourishing & Democracy in Schools & Classrooms https://t.co/uT2ppEahJT via @erinlynnraab https://t.co/XzZjxujL5R
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Designing Schools for Human Flourishing & a Thriving Democracy

Designing Schools for Human Flourishing & a Thriving Democracy

Design Principles for Environments & Experiences within a Theory of Change

On Nov 19, 2020
@Getting_Smart shared
We love the new book The Power of Us by @DavidPriceOBE and were thrilled to have him on the podcast. Listen in as he and @tvanderark talk about connection, collaboration and the #futureofwork. https://t.co/9qn3CaSwIM
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David Price on the Power of Us

David Price on the Power of Us

On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with David Price OBE to discuss his new book, The Power of Us.

On Nov 24, 2020
@jesslahey shared
The Children of Quarantine https://t.co/n2dflndNQ3
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Children of Quarantine

Children of Quarantine

What does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?

On Nov 24, 2020
@NPR shared
After humans drove common loons to near extinction in Massachusetts in the late 19th century, the birds have been slow to recolonize the state. But now, with settlement money from a 2003 oil spill, a project aims to jumpstart the population. (@WBUR) https://t.co/B04s7zIZ3M
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To Bring Loons Back To Mass., Biologists Must Convince The Birds This Is Home

To Bring Loons Back To Mass., Biologists Must Convince The Birds This Is Home

Inside the ambitious multi-state effort to restore common loons to their historic range.

On Nov 24, 2020
@KQEDscience shared
The parading shrimp of northeastern Thailand have inspired legends, dances and even a statue 🦐 🦐🦐https://t.co/FTR5T4agqV @NYTScience
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These Shrimp Leave the Safety of Water and Walk on Land. But Why?

These Shrimp Leave the Safety of Water and Walk on Land. But Why?

A biologist decided to investigate a shrimp parade that attracts thousands of tourists in a province of Thailand.

On Nov 22, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
"You want to encourage children to be physically distant but not emotionally distant." https://t.co/K1PnCISQ3G
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How to Stay Physically, but Not Emotionally, Distant with Kindergarten and Pre-K Students

How to Stay Physically, but Not Emotionally, Distant with Kindergarten and Pre-K Students

Social distancing poses several challenges for younger children whose physical and emotional needs differ from older kids. Educators have identified ways to keep kids safe while giving them ...