Virginia school district parents practice calm communication on culture war issues is from NPR.
Not all social media use is bad, but it often gives us the "empty calories of social interaction," instead of the healthy ingredients we need. @NPRCoryTurner @cohennichttps://t.co/AaHfvWV9Z5
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) March 25, 2023
How can we help young children learning to read at home? @natwexler argues: "turn on TV captions."https://t.co/ERgLHpcBeh
Equally important to know: at what age should we turn them OFF? At what age do they interfere with learning? pic.twitter.com/Kqq18JRYnZ
— Learning & the Brain (@learningandtheb) March 24, 2023
I find this extraordinarily convincing and it plays out in my own life: when I give my kids responsibilities, unstructured play time and independence, they shine. https://t.co/bs2wvJ5gS0
— Anya Kamenetz (@anya1anya) March 20, 2023
Thanks to all of the parent coordinators who took time from their busy days to talk with me for this story. Many of them do so much to prop up their school communities. And many feel undervalued and underpaid. https://t.co/KuYWLXumof
— Amy Zimmer (@the_zim) March 27, 2023
The Case for Strong Family and Community Engagement in Schools is from Usable Knowledge.
I think it was @BisforBerkshire who first pointed out it's not "parents' rights", it's "parent's rights." https://t.co/IHDuyT2dxt
— Jennifer Binis (@JennBinis) March 30, 2023
4 Ways to Improve Communications With Families is from Edutopia.
5 Tips How To Support ELLs at Home
.@EricaBEdwards, @sarahlenhoff, and I were very glad to contribute to a forthcoming set of articles in @AERA_EdResearch focused on anti-Black racism in education.
Our article looks at how incentivize-and-punish school attendance practices can perpetuate Black suffering. https://t.co/MCtxzFJY9K
— Jeremy Singer (@jeremylsinger) March 30, 2023