Group Link Post 11/13/2016
10 Reading Programs Continuously Offer Free Books for Kids
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Students Need to Learn How to Obtain Knowledge: Part I
In this vast digital age, there is more information available than can ever possibly be processed, and the way that students vet this data is incredibly important. While the internet has opened up the world in amazing and beautiful ways, it has also skewed the way information is obtained. Instant knowledge, or perceived knowledge, is available as soon as kids are old enough to type in a computer password or swipe the lock screen of a tablet or smartphone.
Virtual Learning: Benefits and Challenges – Reading By Example
UKEdMag: Journeys in SEN: The Lift Off by @Tackela
“The start of a new term and in walks little Johnny! It’s his first day in a SEN school. He doesn’t bite his nails though but he fidgets, fiddles and drifts off into early morning daydreams. Our quest as teacher and TA then begins. How do we reel him in? How do we get him to be here… with us?”
Politics, Education and Lessons from 2016 — The Learner’s Way
It is difficult to have not noticed that the Presidential Election in the United States of America has been somewhat controversial. The same conclusion can be drawn about ‘Brexit’. The implications of these events will keep historians, political analysts and indeed educators busy for many years. Regardless of your political leanings there are genuine implications for educators in these events and a considered response now and in the coming months (even years) will be required.
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