Inspirational Education Books / Keep Kids Moving / Editing Checklist

Inspriational Ed Books
15 Inspirational Education Books Written By and For Teachers – You can find summaries of Ditch That Textbook and The Innovator’s Mindset here. They are great so I bet the others are too. Purchase all for you school’s professional development library. @leticarino @ibpyp @jmattmiller @gcouros

Kids learn better when they’re moving. Alexia Young loves to keep her third-grade class on the move. You should too. @CarolineBmn @ChalkbeatTN @MrsJSweeney @E_Sheninger

Grammar Girl’s Editing Checklist – Print out the checklist and keep it on your desk as a handy reference to use when you’re editing. Also look for Grammer Girl’s podcast on Stitcher. @GrammarGirl @mtechman

Social/Mobile Media Education

The Era of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Might Be Over. Here’s What Needs to Replace Them. Consumers are crying out for a new medium to connect. Here’s what that means for brands. @sylvainlabs @Inc @jboitnott


Family Budget Calculator measures the income a family needs in order to attain a modest yet adequate standard of living. Check it out for where you live. @Quantanamo @MarketWatch @EconomicPolicy @nypost


10 Good Educational Websites for Music Teachers – These resources include web tools for creating music, music sheets to learn composition, interactive games to introduce young learners to basic musical notations, lesson plans, activities, and many more. @medkh9 @EdTechFam

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

The environment itself will teach the child while the parent remains a quiet observer. Maria Montessori @anya1anya

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

Why You Shouldn’t Take Your Brain Too Seriously When It Tells You You’re Ugly. This can help with students’ self-esteem. @TheSchoolOfLife

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Rocket Science Book

Teaching Isn’t Rocket Science, It’s Way More Complex: What’s Wrong with Education and How to Fix Some of It by Doug Green

Treating ADHD with Music Therapy by Charles Carpenter

The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better by Daniel Koretz

3 Ways Schools Can Use SMS to Reach Students During the Holidays by Ken Rhie

Peer Feedback in the Classroom: Empowering Students to be the Experts by Starr Sackstein

Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom by Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Counting What Counts: Reframing Education Outcomesby Yong Zhao & Friends

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