Each week, I publish a post or two containing three or four particularly useful resources on classroom instruction, and you can see them all here.

You might also be interested in The Best Articles (& Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2016 – Part Two andThe Best Resources On Class Instruction In 2017 – So Far.

Here are this week’s picks:

Jo Boaler has unveiled a redesigned YouCubed.org math website with lots of resources.

Critical thinking: how to help your students become better learners is from The Guardian. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Teaching & Learning Critical Thinking In The Classroom.

First Day of School: Six Word Stories with a Twist is by Maria Bartz. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Planning The First Day Of School.

I’ve written a lot about the Stanford History Group (it’s on The Best Resources For Using Primary Sources).  They’ve just released a new lesson plan on Child Labor. Here’s how they describe it:

Lewis Hine shot hundreds of photographs that exposed the working conditions facing thousands of child laborers in the first two decades of the twentieth century. His powerful images shed light on a world largely hidden from most middle-class Americans and influenced public debate about child labor laws. This lesson asks students to think critically about Hine’s photographs and their usefulness as evidence of the past.

I’m adding it to The Best Resources For The World Day Against Child Labor.

Putting Your Ideas into Action: Instructional Tips for Educators is from the National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance.

Engaging Students in Tobacco Ad Analysis is by Frank Baker and appeared in Middleweb. I’m adding it to The Best Sites For ELL’s To Learn About The Dangers Of Smoking.

I’ve previously written about the sign I have in my room saying ““I’m Not Sure, But I Think That…”

Here are some other related suggestions: