Talking with—Not Just to—Kids Powers How They Learn Language is from Scientific American.
Back-and-forth exchanges boost children’s brain response to language is from MIT News.
Want scientifically literate students? Start with their parents. is from Brookings.
Survey of families with a child 3 to 6 years old:
* "99% of parents want to be involved in their child’s education"
* 70% of parents report "having ideas for doing science with everyday materials would help them do a lot more science at home"
— Nell K. Duke (@nellkduke) March 4, 2018
How do we create opportunities for both our students and their parents to be involved in assignments that generate a sense that the writing being done is “real”? @IAWP_UCR TC Catherine Humphrey shares her experience: https://t.co/VuAn7IJ9HD
— Writing Project (@writingproject) March 3, 2018
Introducing responsible device use from a young age is another parenting duty today — like handing children a book or telling them how to eat healthy. https://t.co/dlHCUkB5IU @commonsense @ConnectSafely
— Usable Knowledge (@UKnowHGSE) February 25, 2018