Sun.May 24, 2020

Teacher Zen During Distance Learning

Teacher Reboot Camp

“Zen-Relaxed and not worrying about things that you cannot change.” ” – Cambridge Dictionary. Distance learning has transformed the routines and lives of all stakeholders- students, families, and educators. How do we reduce the stress and find some peace and balance?

Work Smarter, Not Harder

A Principal's Reflections

I have a secret to share. In my humble opinion, I am not very smart. While others might disagree, such as my mom, I pride myself on being extremely resourceful. However, this was not always my strength.

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?I?m on edge all day long.? Schoolwork a mere afterthought for homeless youth

The Hechinger Report

On a recent weekend, Destiny, 17, spent an unusually sunny spring day canoeing near her temporary home in Western Washington. Technically homeless, Destiny has been staying with her grandmother. She went to sleep that night on the living room couch with a slight ache in her throat.

50 Happy Books To Read In 2020

TeachThought - Learn better.

50 Happy Books To Read In 2020: Feel Good Fiction And More. by TeachThought Staff. Need some positive thinking? How about some books that make you happy?

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

Teachers Reflect on the Pandemic School Year

MiddleWeb

After weeks of deciphering digital teaching and supporting students in new ways, educators are reflecting on their changed worlds. Principal Rita Platt reached out to collect some of their thoughts on the challenges, the silver linings, and their concerns about public education’s future.

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What Leads to Meaningful Change? #Podcast

The Principal of Change

You can listen to the whole podcast on this topic with some added stories on Apple Podcasts , SoundCloud , Spotify , on YouTube.

10 Handy iPhone Tips for Teachers and Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Today as I was checking for new updates in Apple's Tips app, it dawned on me to create a short list of what I think are some helpful hacks to help you make the best of your iPhone. If you don't check.read more. 2020 iPhone tips

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Learning with 'e's

There's been a lot of idle chit-chat about blended learning, and how 'indispensable' it is during the historic online pivot. Blended this and blended that - it's spoken of as though it were some kind of magic bullet that will cure all pedagogical ills. It isn't. But it could be. No, scrub that.