I’m making a change in the content of the regular feature. In addition to sharing the top five posts that have received the most “hits” in the preceding seven days (though they may have originally been published on an earlier date), I will also include the top five posts that have actually appeared in the past week. Often, these are different posts.
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Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. The Best Websites For Creating Online Learning Games
2. The Best Online Virtual “Corkboards” (or “Bulletin Boards”)
3. THE BEST FACE MASKS FOR TEACHERS IN THE CLASSROOM (OR, AT LEAST, THE MOST COMFORTABLE ONES)
4. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom
5. The Best Temporary Email Address Sites For Students (Or Anyone)
Here are this week’s top posts that originally appeared in the past seven days (if they are not already on the above list):
“Four Good Science Teaching Strategies & How to Use Them”
Meme Of The Week: Concurrent Teaching & Me
“Q&A Collections: Student Motivation & Social-Emotional Learning”
I’d Like To Use One Of These Online Economics Self-Paced Programs With ELLs – Do You Have Recommendations About Which Ones Are Best?
Guest Post “Labor-Based Grading For A More Just classroom”
I’m Planning To Use These Four Online Tools When I Teach Government To ELLs Next Year – Do You Have Other Suggestions?
“Five Teacher-Recommended Strategies to Support Students With Learning Differences”
New Edutopia Video: “5 Tiny Language Shifts (That Can Make a Big Difference in the Classroom!)”
THE BEST RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ABOUT THE LIFE OF BOB MOSES
THIS IS A VERY GOOD PIECE ON SIMON BILES & THE SHORTCOMINGS OF THE “GRIT” CONCEPT
ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER LAMENTATION ABOUT LEARNING LOSS
HMONG-AMERICAN SUNISA LEE WINS THE GOLD!
Wash. Post Publishes My New Piece On “The pandemic is affecting the third straight school year — and this teacher is very, very worried”