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Sept. 4, 2018 BRAIN BLAST & Pie Chart Review Idea!

For those of you in the US, Happy Labor Day!

I've been cleaning some of my digital archives and found this really great "pie chart book review" model (click on the date below)....



Also, the NEW Learning Science & SEL Group has been on fire. Here are the resources added last week. Do consider joining it if you dig these ...

in Learning Science & SEL
RESEARCH: The pediatrician’s case for resuscitating play
RESEARCH: What Your Facebook Network Reveals about How You Use Your Brain
RESEARCH: A study finds promise in project-based learning for young low-income children
ARTICLE/RESEARCH: Will My Students Actually Want to Do This Assignment?
ARTICLE: A Healthy Ecosystem for Classroom Management
TOOLS: 16 Novel Brain Breaks
ARTICLE: The 5 Proven Benefits of Play
RESEARCH: Why Curiosity Matters
TED-ED: What is imposter syndrome and how can you combat it?
ARTICLE: Neuroplasticity & the Metacognitive Classroom
ARTICLE: Getting Inside Students' Minds: Why Misconceptions Are So Powerful
ARTICLE/VID: How Can Schools Prioritize For The Best Ways Kids Learn?
ARTICLE/VID: The Science of the Social Classroom
ARTICLE: How One Teacher Let Go of Control To Focus On Student-Centered Approaches
IDEAS: Four Teaching Moves That Promote A Growth Mindset In All Readers
SURVEY: Questions of Belonging

I *think* (but honestly don't know for sure) that when you are in a special interest groups you get real-time resource updates. You can join special interest group to get in on the day-to-day resources and discussion here at MC POP. After you click on a group the upper right hand corner has a little "+ JOIN GROUP X" option. Click on that and you're a part of the club!

Happy Monday!

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