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Only One Who Likes Change is a Wet Baby! (Baby, Look At Us Now!)

On May 24, 2020
@CrushSchool1 shared
RT @RitaWirtz: NEW: https://t.co/5i4aPPynEG @cpoole27 @HansNAppel @mjjohnson1216 @JeremyDBond @inclusionchick @bethhill2829 @StantonAlana #edchat @smgaillard @DianeRavitch @RonNash20 @PegGrafwallner @PeaceLoveArt_ @CrushSchool1 ALL
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An opinion article, several days, sleepless nights, lost edits, here goes. My heart to yours, today,

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On May 24, 2020
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RT @RitaWirtz: NEW: https://t.co/5i4aPPynEG @cpoole27 @HansNAppel @mjjohnson1216 @JeremyDBond @inclusionchick @bethhill2829 @StantonAlana #edchat @smgaillard @DianeRavitch @RonNash20 @PegGrafwallner @PeaceLoveArt_ @CrushSchool1 ALL
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Only One Who Likes Change is a Wet Baby! (Baby, Look At Us Now!)

Only One Who Likes Change is a Wet Baby! (Baby, Look At Us Now!)

An opinion article, several days, sleepless nights, lost edits, here goes. My heart to yours, today,



On May 26, 2020
@jesslahey shared
RT @MindShiftKQED: When teens recognize their thoughts and emotions in a work of fiction, or in a self-help book, it can help them feel less alone, according to a bibliotherapy researcher. @dr_fraga https://t.co/jiDqu96a2P
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How Bibliotherapy Can Help Students Open Up About Their Mental Health

How Bibliotherapy Can Help Students Open Up About Their Mental Health

Librarians and counselors are teaming up to give teens an option for understanding and opening up about their mental health through books.

On May 27, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Social-emotional learning is not a program we add on; it’s a mindset we teach with. @TanELLclassroom unpacks five strategies that can help teachers cultivate an SEL mindset. @middleweb - 5 Strategies to Teach SEL Online or In Person https://t.co/dqCw3hAoGd https://t.co/rHGzAFrkfD
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5 Strategies to Teach SEL Online or In Person

5 Strategies to Teach SEL Online or In Person

Social-emotional learning is not a add-on program; it's a mindset we teach with. Tan Huynh unpacks 5 strategies to help teachers cultivate a SEL teaching style.

On May 27, 2020
@educationweek shared
Adding Relevance to Instruction https://t.co/C76rjiDlEF https://t.co/rDviJevkJy
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Adding Relevance to Instruction

Adding Relevance to Instruction

Seven educators write about ways they have injected relevance into their lessons, ranging from applying culturally responsive instruction to inviting students to be "co-teachers."

On May 25, 2020
@Jonharper70bd shared
RT @RACzyz: The Greatest Teachers I’ve Known https://t.co/bkp8dvxKJJ #4OCF @JayBilly2 @mgcjusa @BethHouf @nbartley6 @LeeAraoz @bbray27 @KleinErin @TaraMartinEDU @Glennr1809 @PrincipalKG @iruntech @itsmeSpiri @girlworld4 @tinamonte @atkauffman @MathDenisNJ @Vroom6 @chrisp16 @pattyvreilly https://t.co/ayP6qr261O
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The Greatest Teachers I’ve Known

The Greatest Teachers I’ve Known

  The greatest teachers I’ve known have always shared one common characteristic.

On May 24, 2020
@edutopia shared
How do we engage learners when we’re not together physically? These tips—backed by research—can help.—via @edsurge https://t.co/7egQgoVp90
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How Can Educators Tap Into Research to Increase Engagement During Remote Learning?

How Can Educators Tap Into Research to Increase Engagement During Remote Learning?

As university professors and researchers who work closely with K-12 online teachers and learners, we’ve heard from many newly remote educators who are ...

On May 24, 2020
@hgse shared
“Providing academic education at least offers the prospect of raising the floor of educational opportunity for the least advantaged, which eliminating instruction fails to do.” https://t.co/OeZ5MafEEH
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Educating Ethically

Educating Ethically

The complex decisions school leaders have had to make this spring — and the dilemmas that equity-minded educators have faced.

On May 26, 2020
@Aurora_Inst shared
RT @Eliot_Levine: New Hampshire has developed an exemplary system to build student habits of success. Jonathan Vander Els, Ellen Hume Howard, and Paul Leather share key lessons in Part 1 of this CompetencyWorks series. https://t.co/HWApGhns2w @JVanderEls, @MrsHumeHoward @NHEdCommr #CompetencyEd https://t.co/MUw0G083PE
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On May 22, 2020
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RT @cultofpedagogy: #31DaysIBPOC: We Begin, Again via @TchKimPossible https://t.co/vut4F14iFP #31DaysIBPOC
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#31DaysIBPOC: We Begin, Again

#31DaysIBPOC: We Begin, Again

Kicking Off the Second Annual #31DaysIBPOC Blog Circle: We Begin, Again. Welcome back!

On May 27, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Teens are looking for more guidance from parents on emotional aspects of romantic relationships — everything from "how to develop a mature relationship" to "how to deal with breakups." https://t.co/IkKHzc32Yv
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How to Teach Teens About Love, Consent and Emotional Intelligence

How to Teach Teens About Love, Consent and Emotional Intelligence

A Harvard survey reveals that teens want more clear guidance about love and romantic relationships from their parents and teachers.

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On May 27, 2020
@hgse shared
"Knowledge shared in community has tremendous value, and if I make the decision to withhold what I have learned, I miss out on the knowledge of others." - Eliza Harris, '20, Intellectual Contribution Award, Language and Literacy https://t.co/uX9nn1bm4p #HGSE20
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The Power of Connectedness: Eliza Harris, L&L'20

The Power of Connectedness: Eliza Harris, L&L'20

The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Language and Literacy reflects on her time at HGSE and looks toward the future.

On May 29, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
Reflective supervision is part of a growing effort to recognize and address the impact of "secondary trauma" on educators. The practice is more common in mental health professions than in education. @erinleinhorn @Chalkbeat https://t.co/b103VoF99l
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How Reflective Supervision Sessions Help Teachers Cope with the Stress of the Job

How Reflective Supervision Sessions Help Teachers Cope with the Stress of the Job

The trauma students experience can affect teachers too, physically and emotionally. So schools in Detroit are helping teachers process their interactions with students and better understand ...

On May 28, 2020
@DavidGeurin shared
What Will Schools Do in the Fall? Here Are 4 Possible Scenarios via @EdSurge https://t.co/sjKtuhLNKp
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What Will Schools Do in the Fall? Here Are 4 Possible Scenarios

What Will Schools Do in the Fall? Here Are 4 Possible Scenarios

As the current school year comes to a close, looking and functioning nothing like what any of us could have imagined mere months ago, another ...

On May 24, 2020
@tvanderark shared
some useful reopening tips from @michaelpetrilli https://t.co/AhmQ1J0Uuz
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Seven steps to sending elementary kids back to school and parents back to work

Seven steps to sending elementary kids back to school and parents back to work

All over the country, states, districts, and task forces of every sort are wrestling with the question of how to safely reopen schools. This scenario planning is daunting, as schools must ...

On May 24, 2020
@MindShiftKQED shared
For many dyslexics, the road to academic and career success isn’t off-limits. Success may just require taking a different path. @HKorbey https://t.co/dMnRHPSKx2
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Learning with Dyslexia and Creating a Path to Success

Learning with Dyslexia and Creating a Path to Success

By advocating for themselves, perfecting the art of listening and by finding creative forms of self-expression, these dyslexic adults have created positive pathways for their lives and ...

On May 26, 2020
@edutopia shared
These research-backed strategies can help students feel connected during a time of physical isolation. https://t.co/MvUY90M89q
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3 Ways to Support Students’ Emotional Well-Being During the Pandemic

3 Ways to Support Students’ Emotional Well-Being During the Pandemic

These research-backed strategies can help students feel connected during a time of physical isolation.

On May 25, 2020
@SEL4MA shared
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Group Therapy Is Saving Lives in Chicago

Group Therapy Is Saving Lives in Chicago

Teens in the city with the country’s most notorious murder rate tackle the science of decision-making.

On May 26, 2020
@TheTeacherCoLab shared
RT @ed1stconsulting: 🚨🚨🚨DEADLINE ALERT! 🚨🚨🚨 There are just a few days left to apply for the SEL in Action Award grants to support projects that foster SEL in grades K-12! Submit your application by 11:59 pm PT this FRIDAY MAY 29! Apply now at: https://t.co/vX8bfPuitf https://t.co/t3BTc1QCtM
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SEL in Action Awards

SEL in Action Awards

With the closing of schools nationwide to slow the spread of COVID-19, the SEL in Action Awards now have an extended application deadline: Friday, May 29 at 11:59pm Pacific Time.   ...

On May 22, 2020
@gcouros shared
Lots of helpful advice here from @kat_goyette for educators to use YouTube to connect, teach, and learn with their communities. - "Teachers as YouTubers" https://t.co/jRIQ1y01L7 https://t.co/EfzvIUAaLG
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Teachers as YouTubers

Teachers as YouTubers

Numerous studies across the past few decades assert that one of or the most important factor in students’ academic success is a positive relationship with a teacher. The consistency of a ...