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Books & Articles

The more you read the more you’ll know about children and how they learn or grow or develop.

I’ve compiled a list of wonderful books to help you explore the possibilities. Even if you pick up one piece of information about how boys learn or an aspect of parenting or how to raise good girls, you’ll be ahead of the game. As a voracious reader, I invite you to expand your thinking and get ready to be just a little bit more knowledgeable, it makes you feel so competent!  I know I have always read for so many reasons as an educator, a mom, a grandmother, a teacher and a friend and continue to do so. Get ready to get smart!

Articles

 

12 Things Equity Focused Teachers Can Say to Students in the New School Year

As school returns, we know this year presents unique challenges and changes to both educators and students. With such change, it may be especially difficult to communicate with students. While your intentions may be good, sometimes the impact of what we say can have unintended consequences. Consider some of these alternatives to have the impact you wish to have to start the year on a strong note.

Click here to read this article in Education Elements.

How to Set Up Parental Controls on Chromebooks for Kids and Teens
Chromebooks are the hot product of the season, thanks to pandemic-related home schooling. The trick is making sure your kids aren’t using them to goof off—or worse.
Click here to read this article in The Wall Street Journal.

How to Set Up School at Home for Students of All Ages
With remote teaching continuing this fall, parents are working on more permanent spaces for class. The back-to-school shopping list is a bit more complicated this year, especially for parents who need
Click here to read this article in The Wall Street Journal.

 

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