Our Top Five Resources in August 2018
Sep 14, 2018
By Anne Zimmermann
Each month we publish blogs
and several newsletters
full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in August.
This research-based program embeds social-emotional learning throughout its modules by developing students’ decision making, empathy, and goal setting abilities, all while increasing their reading skills.
Access a series of lesson modules designed to help young people develop skills needed to navigate the digital world, critically consume information, and responsibly produce and share content.
Without the ability to organize, control impulses, and adapt to change students will struggle with both social and academic learning. Research indicates, however, that it is possible to explicitly teach these skills through a variety of techniques. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) techniques and related Mindfulness activities can support student learning.
The Library of Congress debuted two collections featuring artifacts from 21st-century online culture. The Webcomics Web Archive features popular comics. The Web Cultures Web Archive has everything from urban legends to image macros, emoji to lolcats.