Long-Term Math Retention / The Principles Of Digital Literacy / Supreme Court Decision to Discuss

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A simple strategy for long-term math retention – To break the “learn-forget, learn-forget” cycle, educators can mix in a review of earlier content as students learn new concepts and provide. @eschoolnews

Digital Literacy
What Are The Principles Of Digital Literacy? In the 21st century, new literacies are emerging and digital media forms allow communication to be more nuanced than ever before. @terryheickedu @TeachThought

Supreme Court
Supreme Court OKs use of public money for religious education. The court ruled that Maine can’t exclude families in areas without public high schools from using state-provided tuition money for sectarian education. This looks like a good class discussion issue for high school on up. @PeteWilliamsNBC @nbcnews


Social Media/Artificial Intelligence

Why Twitter Can Be a Perfect Portfolio for Artists – Sure, it’s known as a text-based platform. But it has some unique features and tools that can help visual artists share their work. @angelica_frey @wired



Educators are turning yoga into a vehicle for school and community change. Teacher burnout and the need for SEL and mental health support among students are at all-time highs–but wellness practices can help. @eSN_Laura @eschoolnews

School Bus


These four themes are shaping educators’ visions for future school resiliency – Student engagement, teacher capacity, family involvement and ed-tech access are considered keys to K-12’s recovery. @Zalaznick @DA_magazine

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

Human Behavior@Gapingvoid

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

What *REALLY* happens to ‘Recycled’ Glass?! – (you might be surprised). This is a great video to show kids from middle school on up. It show how glass is relly recycled. @ZacksJerryRig


Recent Book Summaries & My Podcast

Can You Learn to Be Lucky? Why Some People Seem to Win More Often Than Others by Karla Staff
My Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning Observations by Dr. Doug Green – X!) Publications

The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward by Daniel Pink

Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead, and Live Without Barriers by Jo Boaler
180 Moving Forward past the Pandemic with Dr. Doug Green – On October 4, 2021, I was Kim Mattina’s guest on her weekly show. Please join us for a discussion on what we can gain from our pandemic experiences as educators.

The Future of Smart: How Our Education System Needs to Change to Help All Young People Thrive by Ulcca Joshi Hansen

Noise: A Flaw In Human Judgement by Daniel Kahneman, Oliver Sibony, & Cass Sunstein

Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind by Judson Brewer

Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation by Steven Johnson

Cup of Joe
Listen to Dr. Doug on the “Cup of Joe” podcast. I recorded it last week. On it, I talk about the many good things I have seen in schools doing hybrid teaching. @PodcastCupOfJoe @DrDougGreen @BrainAwakes

Back to School COVID Myths – It’s popular to say that hybrid learning is negatively impacting poor students who generally attend schools with lots of discipline issues. Is it possible that some poor kids who make a serious effort to learn aren’t the big winners? There may be stresses at home, but not many bullies. @DrDougGreen @mssackstein

This is my podcast on the Jabbedu Network. Please consider listening and buying my book Teaching Isn’t Rocket Science, It’s Way More Complex. Here’s a free executive summary. @jabbedu @DrDougGreen

Boys and Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity by Peggy Orenstein

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves (the book can be found here)

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