“Best Online Educational Games for High School Students”+ “Learning Apps For Kids To Explore in 2021” [edtechreview.in’s Khan & Gupta]

Best Online Educational Games for High School Students — from edtechreview.in by Saniya Khan Excerpt: …the introduction of educational games to kids helps increase their […]

Reading tasks for homework

Hiya, hope online learning is going well. Here are some random reading tasks I set for homework. Each student chooses one of these to do […]

tEACHING tIPS FOR cRITICAL tHINKING

In light of current events, I’d like to share a selection of my blogs on critical thinking with K-12 educators some of which could also […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 1/4/21

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

Gift giving ideas from Ian Byrd

Gift giving ideas from Ian Byrd Excerpt: Here are a few gift-giving articles I like to share every December: Lots of Book Recommendations from Teachers 3 Things You […]

Some scenes from a wonderful, artistic, creative “Bitmoji Classroom” [Clay, Young, Thomas, Smith, Koch, & Verddugo]

From DSC: Our oldest daughter showed me a “Bitmoji Classroom” that her mentor teacher — Emily Clay — uses as her virtual classroom. Below are […]

Text-driven approach and K-pop

Came across this post on my Google Drive. I think I wrote it with someone like NALDIC in mind, but not sure they responded/I sent […]

Semicolon Bookstore & Gallery: Chicago’s only black woman-owned bookstore & gallery space

From DSC: Our oldest daughter told me about this great/cool WIN-WIN situation here! I thought it was so cool, that I wanted to pass it […]

Perfect poetry picks for your homeschool [Kessler]

Perfect poetry picks for your homeschool — from raisinglifelonglearners.com by Colleen Kessler

Get ready to change the way we teach reading

Get ready to change the way we teach reading: From the article: “The United States has long...

Reading, Disability & Blackness

After listening to Thomas Reid and his must-listen-to podcast “Reid My Mind Radio” I find myself thinking deeper about blackness and reading, disability and reading, […]

How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers

How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers

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